Phio Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: PHIO) stock gains by 13.96% in the current market trading session. Phio Pharmaceuticals Corp. is a biotechnology business working on the next generation of immuno-oncology medicines using their INTASYSL (self-delivering RNAi) therapeutic system. The objective is to generate INTASYL therapeutic chemicals that can be used to weaponize immune effector cells and defeat tumour immune evasion.
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Phio Pharmaceuticals released the findings of a new research showing that local treatment in vivo with INTASYL can cure tumours and develop long-lasting, tumor-specific systemic tumour immunity. These findings, which were published at the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress 2021, demonstrate the INTASYL technology’s promise in direct therapeutic applications.
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In a preclinical in vivo hepatocellular carcinoma model, the research was conducted to demonstrate the synergistic effect of co-targeting PD-1 and BRD4 using one INTASYL formulation (PH-3861). The findings demonstrate that when animals were given low doses of PH-3861, such as levels that were not optimal for monotherapy, up to 83 percent of them exhibited a full response. Furthermore, this treatment elicited a long-lasting and targeted anti-tumor immune response that did not require subsequent treatment.
Subcutaneous Hepa1-6 tumours in mice were cured with a murine form of dual targeting INTASYL PH-3861 (mPH-3861) by local injection to the tumour at low dosages that are inappropriate for a single drug targeting either PD-1 or BRD4 alone, according to the findings reported today. Mice that were completely cured of tumours with mPH-3861 were re-challenged 2.5 months later by implanting hepatoma cancer cells in a different site than the previous tumor challenge. All of the re challenged mice that had previously been cured by mPH-3861 were cured without the need for further therapy, but tumours in the control group developed slowly as expected. These findings reveal that mPH-3861 therapy induces a long-lasting and systemic anti-tumor immune response that can stop tumour growth.