Many biologic therapies trigger neutralizing antibodies (NAbs) that counteract their therapeutic benefit
The introduction of a biologic therapy into the body can activate NAbs, which act to reduce the efficacy of the therapy. Sitting at the crossroads of immune stimulation and immune tolerance, dendritic cells—the “sentinels” of the adaptive immune response—provide a promising target to mitigate these unwanted and therapy-specific immune responses.
ImmTOR promotes selective immune tolerance of the biologic therapy, allowing the therapeutic goal to be achieved
ImmTOR stimulates the dendritic cell to send a tolerogenic message to naïve T cells to develop into T regulatory cells, or T-regs. The T-regs then disseminate the message that the biologic therapy should be selectively tolerated by the immune system.
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