Donor Specific Toxicity of Copanlisib Identified Using Immune-Humanized Mice

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  • Location : Immuno-Safety Technical Committee, Webinar

The HESI Immuno-Safety Technical Committee’s humanized mouse project hosted Kristina Howard (FDA), who presented key findings from her SOT 2024 poster entitled “Donor specific toxicity of copanlisib identified using immune-humanized mice”. Copanlisib, an FDA-approved drug for lymphoma and breast cancer therapies, is being studied for its potential combined use with checkpoint inhibitors in immune-humanized mice. Initial studies revealed minimal toxicity in most cases, but significant immune responses in one donor highlight individual variations in drug effects.

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