Activating the Immune System to Fight COVID-19

CPI-006 is an immunomodulatory antibody that binds to immune cells, leading to activation of B cells and antibody production that we believe will destroy the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

This therapy has the potential to be used in mild or moderately ill COVID-19 patients as well as in healthy people to enhance the efficacy of vaccines.

Increasing the immune response to the COVID-19 infection may lead to faster viral clearance, shorter recovery time, less complications and longer lasting immunity

This approach has the potential to be a foundational therapy for SARS-CoV-2 mutant variants, other coronaviruses or future pandemics


COVID-19 Publication

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Characterization and Phase 1 Trial of a B Cell Activating Anti-CD73 Antibody for the Immunotherapy of COVID-19

Stephen B. Willingham, Gerard Criner, Craig Hill, Shenshen Hu, Jenny A. Rudnick, Barbara Daine-Matsuoka, Jessica Hsieh, Haider Mashhedi, Andrew N. Hotson, Joshua Brody, Thomas Marron, Emily Piccione, Joseph J. Buggy, Suresh Mahabhashyam, William B. Jones, Mehrdad Mobasher, and Richard A. Miller

medRxiv doi: 10.1101/2020.09.10.20191486

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