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CureVac Accelerates Oncology Strategy with Acquisition of Frame Cancer Therapeutics, Adding Novel Antigen Discovery Platform
CureVac N.V. announced its acquisition of Frame Cancer Therapeutics, a private company focused on advanced genomics and bioinformatics to identify both unique and shared neoantigens across different cancer types. “The addition of Frame’s technology and talent to CureVac’s oncology research ...
Five-year contract enables production of up to 80 million vaccine doses at short notice in case of a public health emergency
CureVac N.V. and GSK announced that they have entered into a contract with the German federal government to supply mRNA vaccines within a broader tender for pandemic preparedness in Germany. Following a setup period of a maximum of two years, the contract grants the German federal government ...
CureVac N.V. announced that the first participant was dosed in a Phase 1 study of COVID-19 second-generation mRNA vaccine candidate, CV2CoV, developed in collaboration with GSK. The clinical trial is expected to provide valuable data to further evaluate the performance of CureVac’s ...
The RNA Printer is CureVac’s integrated and automated manufacturing solution for RNA vaccines and therapeutics
CureVac N.V. announced that it has established CureVac RNA Printer GmbH, a fully-owned CureVac company to advance The RNA Printer®. The RNA Printer® is CureVac’s solution for integrated and automated manufacturing of GMP-grade RNA vaccines and therapeutics. The new entity is designed as a ...
Developed in Collaboration with GSK
CureVac N.V. announced that it has dosed the first participant in a Phase 1 study of its seasonal influenza second-generation mRNA vaccine candidate, CVSQIV, developed in collaboration with GSK. The differentiated multivalent vaccine candidate features multiple non-chemically modified mRNA ...
Dr. Mariola Fotin-Mleczek will resign from CureVac
CureVac N.V. announced that the company’s Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Mariola Fotin-Mleczek, will resign from CureVac effective January 31, 2022. Mariola exits her role at CureVac after nearly 16 years of scientific leadership at the company, and 33 years in Germany, with plans to pursue a ...
Contracts with manufacturing partners WACKER and Celonic terminated
CureVac N.V. announced its strategic decision to adjust the long-term footprint of the external European manufacturing network for its mRNA product pipeline. The decision was made in response to the reduced short-term peak demand for vaccines following the first wave of the pandemic vaccination ...
The optimized mRNA backbone has the potential for a multivalent or combination approach to address multiple emerging variants in one vaccine
CureVac N.V. and GSK announced the publication of preclinical data investigating immune responses as well as the protective efficacy of CureVac’s first-generation vaccine candidate, CVnCoV, and second-generation vaccine candidate, CV2CoV, against SARS-CoV-2 challenge in non-human primates. The ...
CureVac N.V. announced that the independent Data Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) has confirmed that the pivotal Phase 2b/3 study (HERALD) for CureVac’s first-generation COVID-19 vaccine candidate, CVnCoV, has passed a first interim analysis at 59 adjudicated COVID-19 cases. The DSMB confirmed that ...
Fast onset of strong neutralizing antibody titers after first vaccination
CureVac N.V. announced together with its collaboration partner GSK, first preclinical data in a rat model, showing that its second-generation COVID-19 vaccine candidate, CV2CoV, induces high levels of antigen production as well as strong and dose-dependent immune responses in vaccinated animals. ...