RECEPTOR LOGIC/SANOFI PASTEUR DEVELOP TCR FOR VACCINE TESTS.
Tony Taylor, Emergent Technologies Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning, stated, "Receptor Logic has developed a powerful tool called 'T Cell Receptor Mimics (TCRm(tm))' aimed at measuring immune presentation. Sanofi pasteur's interest in this novel approach supports the potential value of this technology towards the development of vaccines and drugs in the future."
About Receptor Logic, Ltd.
Receptor Logic, Ltd. is a biopharmaceutical company specializing in high-quality antibodies that mimic the specificity of T Cell Receptors in the immune system. These T Cell Receptor mimics (TCRm) offer valuable insight into how the immune system interacts with a diseased cell, yielding better immunology research, better clinical diagnostics, and better therapies such as monoclonal antibodies and vaccines.
In 2004 Receptor Logic, Ltd. was awarded $2 million from the Advanced Technology Program (ATP) of the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) to fund development of a cancer profiling and immunotherapy platform targeting breast cancer. Receptor Logic, Ltd. is an Emergent Technologies Inc. (ETI) portfolio company, and ETI provides all management services. For more information, visit the company website www.receptorlogic.com.
About Emergent Technologies, Inc.
Emergent Technologies Inc. (ETI), founded in 1989 by Thomas A. Harlan, is a unique life sciences venture firm that forms and manages companies and funds that commercialize groundbreaking institutional and university-based technologies. ETI is a turnkey solution for converting university science into high return ventures. ETI works with regional economic development groups and universities to capitalize on the technology assets unique to their region. ETI is pioneering a unique business approach the firm describes as invention capital.
In addition to the traditional venture capital approach of raising and investing funds, ETI drives the selection and expansion of each investment's intellectual property, the key asset to most technology-based start-up companies.
For more informaton, call 321/591-1508 or visit http://www.etibio.com.