Category: Antibody Therapy

Novel Antibody Therapies: Addressing Unmet Needs for Oncological Disorders

Antibodies are key components of the immune system that bind to specific markers on cells or tissues, thereby offering first line of defense against multiple disorders. The novel antibody therapies include different classes of antibodies, that are responsible for killing or inhibiting disease-causing agents. These therapies target proteins that are expressed on the surface of

Novel Antibody Therapies: Current Scenario and Future Potential

Novel antibody therapies are chimeric proteins having antibodies attached lethal effector molecules. Currently, six of these therapies are commercially available, while around 140 molecules are under development majorly for oncological disorders. Multiple novel antibody formats have been engineered to enhance therapeutic efficacy. This has opened a new target space for the development of antibody therapeutics