Monoclonal antibodies for immunotherapy in cancer are a treatment that aids the body’s own immune system to attack tumor cells. In the last 20 years, monoclonal antibody–based treatment for cancer has proven one of the most effective therapeutic strategies for solid tumors, as well as tumors of hematopoietic and lymphoid tissues. Therapeutic antibodies against cancer are used and designed to target cancer surface antigens or to unlock checkpoint inhibitors. This way, the immune response of the human body is initiated to fight tumor cells.
Therapeutic antibody research usually starts with identification and validation of novel targets for immunotherapy.
For subsequent discovery of antibody candidates, B cells are sorted or separated using magnetic beads. The B cells are used either for sequencing of B cell receptors (BCRs) or B cell cultivation and binder selection using the cell culture supernatant.
The final step, antibody functionality, needs to be verified in cell-based assays to determine the mode of action and effector function. Often, additional optimization of antibody candidates and further functionality testing is performed to improve specificity (affinity and avidity), safety (cytokine release, immunogenicity testing), and efficacy (combination therapies, antibody format selection).
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