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Armo: Reviving IL-10
Monday, November 25, 2013
Biosciences Inc. is set to emerge from stealth mode this week with a
$20 million series A round and a license to a pegylated IL-10 program that was tested
by Schering-Plough Corp. for autoimmune conditions. Armo is repurposing the
program for cancer based on new evidence that it can stimulate a T cell
response against tumor cells.
IL-10 was identified in the
late 1980s and initially studied as an immunosuppressive due to its anti-inflammatory
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