September 24 is World Cancer Research Day, a time for patients, caregivers and companies on the forefront of cancer R&D to look back and look ahead. From cancer immunotherapy to precision medicine and the discovery of novel targets and mutations, there is much hope on the horizon, and BioSpace spoke with a few of the people leading this innovative research.
Entrenched in sunny Biotech Bay, GigaGen is leveraging its single-cell technology, Surge, to capture and recreate complete antibody repertoires to discover new targets and novel, rare monoclonal antibodies with unique anti-cancer profiles.
“The method that we have allows us to go really deep into discovery of novel antibodies,” said GigaGen Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Dr. David S. Johnson.
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