• Xencor (XNCR) Phase 1 Results of XmAb7195 for Asthma and Allergic Disease

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    Clinical and Regulatory
    Event Type: Phase 1 Results
    Timing: H1 2017
    Designation(s): None

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    Disease and Treatment
    Disease: Respiratory
    Indication: Asthma and Allergic Disease
    Lead Indication?: No
    Treatment Name: XmAb7195

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    Company Information
    Co. Name: Xencor
    Stock Symbol: XNCR
    Shares Traded: NASDAQ

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    Event Status
    Event Outcome: Ongoing
    Event Discussion: Forums
    Event Announcement(s): http://investors.xencor.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=977312
    Partnership: No

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    Detailed Event Description from Company Announcement



    XmAb7195 is a first-in-class monoclonal antibody that targets IgE with its variable domain and uses Xencor's XmAb Immune Inhibitor Fc domain to target FcgRIIb, resulting in three distinct mechanisms of action for reducing IgE levels. In May 2016, Xencor presented data from a Phase 1a trial at the American Thoracic Society Annual Meeting.

    Today, Xencor will discuss the recently presented data from the Phase 1a study of XmAb7195 showing that XmAb7195 was generally well tolerated and induced rapid and extensive depletion of serum IgE at all doses tested, including in high IgE subjects. A Phase 1 multiple ascending dose study with subcutaneous administration of XmAb7186 is expected to begin this year with initial data expected in the first half of 2017.



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