Genscript Biotech has formed a strategic collaboration agreement with T-MAXIMUM Biotech to develop CAR-T cell therapy.

Leveraging GenScript’s CRISPR nucleic acid re-agents, the partnership will focus on developing T-MAXIMUM’s CAR-T cell therapy.

GenScript research and development (R&D) and manufacturing vice-president Dr Li Hong stated: “Our R&D-to-GMP-level sgRNA will support their UCAR-T products for solid tumours. While CAR-T cell therapies have made remarkable strides in haematological tumours, addressing the unmet need for solid tumours remains crucial.”

T-MAXIMUM will receive a number of CRISPR re-agents from GenScript. These will support the development of T-MAXIMUM’s universal CAR-T products from discovery to commercialisation.

GenScript’s partnership with T-MAXIMUM will drive the latter’s strategic development plan, advancing products into Phase II clinical research and enabling market delivery up to 2027.

T-MAXIMUM is currently focused on the development of its universal CAR-T cell therapy product, MT027, to treat recurrent high-grade gliomas.

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T-MAXIMUM CEO Dr Shang Xiaoyun stated: “Gene-editing reagents are crucial raw materials for the quality and efficacy of our products. We are confident that this collaboration will accelerate the regulatory processes in China and the US, expediting T-MAXIMUM’s first product pipeline to benefit patients in need as soon as possible.”

With business operations in more than 100 countries and regions across the world, GenScript offers life-science R&D and manufacturing services.

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