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Indaptus Therapeutics Presents Positive Mechanism of Action Data at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting

Results Indicate Decoy Platform Broadly Boosts Immune System's Ability to Fight Tumors Directly and Indirectly

Summation

  • The recognition and validation from prestigious organizations such as the AACR, coupled with the support and insights we are receiving from medical experts, partners and investors at the conference, inspire us to continue advancing our technology and demonstrating its significant therapeutic potential for the treatment of solid tumors.
  • INDP), a clinical-stage biotechnology company dedicated to pioneering innovative cancer and viral infection treatments, was proud to unveil its poster at the 2024 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) in San Diego on Wednesday, April 10th.
  • Additionally, the data reveal that the Decoy platform may not only boost the immune system’s ability to recognize and kill tumor cells, but potentially also overcome a mechanism that suppresses the immune response.

Indaptus Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: INDP), a clinical-stage biotechnology company dedicated to pioneering innovative cancer and viral infection treatments, was proud to unveil its poster at the 2024 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) in San Diego on Wednesday, April 10th. The poster details the mechanism of action data that demonstrates the Company’s Decoy platform successfully induces, matures, or activates multiple immune cell types involved in anti-tumor responses.

Latest Findings

The latest findings significantly enhance the Company’s understanding of its “Decoy” platform technology, which uses killed, non-pathogenic bacteria engineered to activate the immune system to attack tumors. The study highlights the platform’s effectiveness in engaging key innate and adaptive immune cells, including, natural killer cells, natural killer T cells, dendritic cells, CD4+, and CD8+ T cells. In some settings, the platform also produced additive or synergistic activity in combination with IL-2, an approved cancer drug. Additionally, the data reveal that the Decoy platform may not only boost the immune system’s ability to recognize and kill tumor cells, but potentially also overcome a mechanism that suppresses the immune response. The results suggest that the Company’s Decoy bacteria can both directly and indirectly prime the immune system to more effectively fight cancer.

Dr. Michael Newman, Indaptus’ Founder, Chief Scientific Officer, and lead author, commented

“The new data are consistent with our preclinical animal tumor model studies and provide evidence for our hypothesis that patented Decoy bacteria can activate a wide range of innate and adaptive human immune cells involved in fighting tumors.  This aligns with what we’ve observed in our ongoing Phase 1 clinical trial of Decoy20 – broad immune activation, as evidenced by transiently increased levels of many key cytokines and chemokines following single dose administration. These findings bolster our confidence in Decoy20’s potential as a multifaceted immunotherapy.”

The Company recently initiated the multi-dose cohort of its Phase 1 clinical trial in solid tumors.

Jeffrey Meckler, Indaptus’ Chief Executive Officer

“We are encouraged by the promising results observed in our preclinical studies and our ongoing Phase 1 clinical trial. The recognition and validation from prestigious organizations such as the AACR, coupled with the support and insights we are receiving from medical experts, partners and investors at the conference, inspire us to continue advancing our technology and demonstrating its significant therapeutic potential for the treatment of solid tumors.”

The full poster can be accessed on the Indaptus Therapeutics website by clicking here.

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