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Nykode Reports Success with New mRNA Vaccine Platform

Global pharmaceutical major, Nykode Therapeutics, a company that is working on developing new immunotherapies, presented new information regarding its mRNA platform during the recently held cancer immunotherapy meeting that took place in Boston, in which the company showcased the new APC-targeted neoantigen vaccine using MRNA-lipid nanoparticles (LNP). 

This APC-targeted vaccine consistently elicited a more robust and comprehensive immune response than a neoantigen vaccine that did not target any specific pathogens, according to the most recent research. Additionally, it assisted in the better control of tumours in a mouse model of colorectal cancer, which resulted in a significant increase in the number of mice that survived.

The Chief Scientific Officer, Agnete Fredriksen, emphasised the significance of these findings by stating, "Our most recent data not only demonstrate how effective the APC-targeted approach is, but they also confirm our platform's potential across modalities to significantly improve cancer treatment." The compelling evidence that Nykode is capable of producing superior mRNA vaccines demonstrates that we are committed to being the next generation's pioneers in the field of immunotherapies.

Nykode Therapeutics has announced the success of their new mRNA vaccine platform.

 In the course of the cancer immunotherapy meeting that took place in Boston, Nykode Therapeutics ASA (OSE: NYKD), a company primarily concerned with the development of new immunotherapies, presented updates on its mRNA platform. The company showcased the benefits of its advanced APC-targeted neoantigen vaccine, delivered via mRNA-lipid nanoparticles (LNP).

 Some new research shows that this APC-targeted vaccine consistently made the immune system work better and against more types of animals than a neoantigen vaccine that didn't target any specific subtypes of creatures. Additionally, it demonstrated superior tumour control and a notable enhancement in survival rates in a mouse model of colorectal cancer.

 In a statement that emphasised the significance of these findings, Chief Scientific Officer Agnete Fredriksen stated, "Our most recent data not only emphasise the efficacy of the APC-targeted approach, but they also confirm the potential of our platform across modalities to significantly advance the treatment landscape for cancer." Furthermore, the compelling evidence that demonstrates Nykode's potential to enhance mRNA vaccines reaffirms our dedication to being at the forefront of the development of immunotherapies for the next generation.

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