Fate Therapeutics (FATE), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, develops programmed cellular immunotherapies for cancer and immune disorders worldwide.
FATE’s immuno-oncology product candidates include FATE-NK100, a natural killer (NK) cell cancer immunotherapy that consists of adaptive memory NK cells; engineered hnCD16 induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC)-derived natural killer cell therapy candidates for hematologic/solid tumors; and engineered chimeric antigen receptor iPSC-derived T cell therapy product candidates for hematologic/solid tumors.
FATE's immuno-regulation product candidates comprise ProTmune, an investigational programmed cellular immunotherapy for use as a next-generation allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation cell graft; and ToleraCyte for the treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases; engineered iPSC-derived CD34+ cell therapy for immune disorders.
Fate Therapeutics, Inc. has a research collaboration and license agreement with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to develop off-the-shelf T-cell immunotherapies; a research collaboration partnership with the University of California San Diego to develop off-the-shelf chimeric antigen receptor-targeted natural killer cell cancer immunotherapies. It also has a strategic research collaboration and license agreement with Juno Therapeutics, Inc. to identify small molecule modulators that enhance the function of T cells.
Fate Therapeutics, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.
November 30, 2018
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Fate Therapeutics (FATE) – Two wordds - "on fire" having started 2018 at $6.30, saw a high of $9.39 and started February at $9.33 with a low of $7.85 jumping to $8.76 on 2/16 ... as investors kept the momentum going. It’s still in the earliest stages of development, but FATE has taken a shotgun approach to immunotherapy and cell therapy. It starts with induced pluripotent stem cells, which are then coaxed to transform into various immune cells, including natural killer cells (NKs), T-cells, and CD34+ cells. The idea is to create an off-the-shelf cellular immunotherapy production platform using stem cells. Despite the euphoria at the moment, the company's future will be determined in the clinic -- and there's a long way to go. One of MY favorites, it will twitch with dips ... near term - time will tell if it's a winner, I'd BET on this "horse" although many sessions will not stay in the gate.buy
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