Bispecifics and how they work
A normal antibody can bind one specific target (i.e. it has one specificity). A bispecific is an engineered protein that is composed of two different antibodies or parts of antibodies that are fused together so that the engineered protein (a bispecific) can bind two different targets at the same time (i.e. it has two specificities).
Imunexus is developing its bispecific technology to make new medicines that are potentially more effective in treating specific diseases.
The team behind Imunexus
The Imunexus Board of Directors, Management and Research and Development teams are experienced personnel with substantial achievements across the fields of drug development and commercialisation of new therapeutics, scientific research, business development and finance.
Collectively, the team have significant experience in the identification, design and development of successful antibody technology platforms and potential antibody products and have a history in establishing strong patent portfolios.
The Company’s management team are experienced in deriving value from intellectual property through licensing, mergers and acquisitions within the pharmaceutical industry.
23rd Sep 2016: Imunexus makes Semi Finals for Australian Technology Competition
Imunexus is busy again in the technology competition space. Following on from our success at Shenzhen we have been shortlisted to present in Melbourne October 4th at the Australian Technology Competition. Hit the icon below to follow the link to the competition information.
19th Jan 2018: Imunexus has “Talked Business” with Alan Kohler
Dr George Kopsidas was recently interviewed by Alan Kohler who highlighted the Company and our approach to cancer therapeutics. Alan Kohler is a well respected Australian financial journalist, newspaper editor and behind the online financial publication, The Constant Investor. Click on the podcast or on title to find the podcast.
1st Aug 2017: Imunexus presents at the 18th Annual Protein Expression Workshop
Imunexus was invited to present at the 18th Annual Protein Expression Workshop (PEWS). Dr George Kopsidas gave a 40 min talk to a large audience of scientists, protein engineers, representatives from well-respected organisations including CSL, CSIRO, WEHI, the Hudson, the Baker IDI, Melbourne, Monash and La Trobe Universities, and the representatives from the Victorian Government […]