An autoimmune disease results from a malfunction in the immune system where a person’s cells, tissues or proteins are mistaken for foreign invaders, causing the immune system to attack. Autoimmune diseases include rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and type I diabetes among many others. Currently, treatment for autoimmune diseases focuses on relieving symptoms because there are no curative therapies.
TLR-7/8 (INI-4001), TLR-4 (INI-2002), CTLR (UM-1098), STING
Inimmune is advancing a novel TLR7/8 agonist nanoparticle formulation to the clinic to treat cancer by harnessing the patient’s immune system and synergizing with existing immune checkpoint inhibitor therapies. Further, we’re leveraging our expertise in innate immune activation to develop novel compounds and technology to target other immune receptors to develop the next generation of disruptive therapies in oncology.
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