Tag: Compugen (CGEN)

Why Compugen is a Favorite Biotechnology Firm

Compugen Compugen (CGEN) presented its third-quarter achievements and financial results. We believe the firm is on the right track towards clinically confirming that its discovered targets, PVRIG and TIGIT when inhibited, will extend the capability of the current checkpoint inhibitors into treating cancers resistant to immunotherapy by checkpoint inhibition.   From Compugen Anat Cohen-Dayag, Ph.D., President and CEO of Compugen . . . This content is …

Imminent Announcements of Important Quarterly Results

Important Quarterly Results Announcements Monday, November 2, 2020 at 8:PM ET IVERIC bio IVERIC bio’s (ISEE) management team will host a live conference call and webcast following the announcement to discuss the Company’s financial results and provide a general business update. To participate in this conference call please dial 866-575-6539 (USA) or 323-794-2575 (International) using passcode 6339331. A live, listen-only, audio webcast of the conference …

Why We Expect a Lot from the Following Biotech Firms

Compugen Compugen (CGEN) announced the presentation of new research data that further support PVRIG as a potentially promising target for cancer immunotherapy. These data suggest that PVRIG inhibition may enhance T cell priming and infiltration into tumors and provide further evidence supporting the potential advantages of targeting PVRIG alone and in combination with TIGIT and PD-1 inhibitors, in tumors . . . This content is for …

Compugen Adds an Immuno-Oncology Pioneer to its Scientific Advisory Board. See Also: The New War Against Aging

Compugen New Addition, Dr. Nils Lonberg, PhD. Compugen (CGEN) announced the addition of Nils Lonberg, Ph.D., to its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). Dr. Lonberg is a pioneer in the field of immuno-oncology and has more than 30 years of experience in the biopharmaceutical industry. Concurrently, Charles (Chuck) Drake, M.D., Ph.D. will be stepping down from Compugen’s . . . This content is for paid subscribers. …

Compugen Has Encouraging News

Compugen Announced Encouraging News from Its Phase 1/2 Study of COM701 Compugen (CGEN) announced that the first patient has been dosed in the Phase 1/2 study of the triple combination of COM701 - Compugen’s first-in-class anti-PVRIG antibody, with Bristol Myers Squibb’s  (

Compugen: A Stock To Keep

Compugen Compugen (CGEN) cancer immunotherapy’s predictive target computational discovery platforms enabled it to identify two checkpoint proteins, PVRIG and TIGIT, when nobody else could. Compugen’s technological capability has also enabled it to create therapeutic inhibitors of its two discovered targets. The discoveries happened to be important in improving cancer immunotherapy. The lead therapeutic candidate, COM701 . . . This content is for paid subscribers. Please …

Compugen: Predictive Computational Discovery Technology

Compugen IND Application for Triple Combination Study Cleared by the US FDA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has cleared Compugen’s (CGEN) investigational new drug (IND) application for its Phase 1/2 study evaluating the triple combination of COM701, Compugen’s first-in-class anti-PVRIG antibody, OPDIVO® (nivolumab) -- Bristol Myers . . . This content is for paid subscribers. Please click here to subscribe or here to log in.

Compugen: A New Important Patent from Europe and Much More

Compugen: In the NEWS Compugen (CGEN) was granted a new patent for the composition of COM701 or backup antibodies for the treatment of cancer by the European Patent Office (EPO). The EPO Patent No. 3295951 titled, “Anti-PVRIG Antibodies and Methods of Use”, covers the composition of matter for COM701 and backup antibodies including any anti-PVRIG antibody having the binding fragments of COM701 or backup antibodies …
Compugen: A Small Firm with Giant Technological Capabilities

Compugen: A Small Firm with Giant Technological Capabilities

Compugen to Present Data Update on COM701 Phase 1 Clinical Trial at the 2020 AACR Virtual Annual Meeting Compugen (CGEN) announced that it will present updates on its ongoing Phase 1 clinical trial evaluating COM701, a first-in-class therapeutic antibody targeting PVRIG for the treatment of advanced solid tumors, in an oral presentation at the 2020 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Virtual Annual Meeting I …

Market Frustration, Volatility and Chaos

Stock Market Fluctuations and Volatility  Only history can remind us that what’s going on recently with the stock market is not new. Similar situations have taken place during the terms of every president since Ronald Reagan. Indeed, the same stock market's unexpected tumbling occurred during Reagan, Bush the father, Clinton, Bush the son, Obama and now Trump. As a matter of fact, history reminds us …
The Small Stock That Refused to Kneel in Today’s Market

The Small Stock That Refused to Kneel in Today’s Market

Compugen Soaring in an Extremely Down Market The stocks' prices tumbled today except for very few and one of them is Compugen (CGEN). This firm announced good news; we wish it has chosen a better day for its announcement. Compugen's stock managed to rally as investor's enthusiasm was unlimited; knowing, in fact, what the success of Compugen immuno . . . This content is for …
Regeneron and Moderna Are Both Outperforming Today

Regeneron and Moderna Are Both Outperforming Today

Regeneron, Moderna, and COVID-19 The spread of COVID-19, minute creatures that seem to be trying to defeat us, has been accused of bringing the market down over 1000 points yesterday. Investors who love the biotech stocks they carefully and accurately hand-picked should take advantage of the temporary market drop to buy more of their preferred stocks at bargain prices. In so doing, the cost of …
Prohost Letter #439

Prohost Letter #439

Prohost Letter #439 The Coronavirus Outbreak - COVID-19 The news announced that the coronavirus (now known as COVID-19) outbreak would affect not only people’s health and survival but the world’s economy, Wall Street’s performance, and especially the international giant industrial firms that are committed to China. British AstraZeneca (AZN
A Synopsis of Some Biotech Companies’ Events

A Synopsis of Some Biotech Companies’ Events

Synopsis The way many bloggers are interpreting the quarterly and yearly biotech companies’ financial results seems unfair and has proven to be. Amgen Amgen (AMGN): The stock gained over $10 yesterday and is trading now at $231. Many bloggers continue to attack the firm, mourning the loss of their protective patents on its over 30 years’ old products and ignore the record . . . …
In a Market that Seems to Soar Today Our Eyes Are on These Biotech Firms

In a Market that Seems to Soar Today Our Eyes Are on These Biotech Firms

As the Market Seems to Soar Our Eyes Are on the Following Biotech Stocks: Amgen (AMGN): A rebounding is expected following an unwarranted decline.   Gilead Sciences (GILD): A lot of good news from the firm, including the firm’s investigational product remdesivir that demonstrated positive results in beating the coronavirus infection. Read yesterday's article posted

Compugen

Time to Remember Compugen The time has ripened for our readers and biotech investors to remember what we posted in the past years about Compugen (CGEN). The importance of the reminder is that the firm has taken a long time to bring its target discoveries and its targeted treatments into clinical trials whose preliminary results have demonstrated promise. Compugen
Karyopharm Therapeutics: Is a Star Born?

Karyopharm Therapeutics: Is a Star Born?

Karyopharm Therapeutics Third Quarter Financial Results Generated Revenues For the first time since its establishment Karyopharm Therapeutics (KPTI) financial results report revenues from a strong launch of its first approved product. Indeed, the firm’s third-quarter 2019 financial results are the first quarter in which Karyopharm generated revenues. In early July the U.S. FDA granted the company’s product Xpovio® (selinexor . . . This content is for …