Immunooncology spinout Neoleukin Therapeutics is working on a safer, synthetic replica of a T-cell-boosting protein called interleukin-2.

University of Washington has officially unveiled US-based spinout Neoleukin Therapeutics to commercialise an immunooncology drug that will aim to bolster the patient’s T-cell receptors, GeekWire reported yesterday. Founded in November 2018, Neoleukin is aiming to develop a synthetic version of an immuno-stimulating protein called interleukin-2 (IL-2) that enhances the patient’s T-cell receptors so that they can…

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