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Enumeral Biomedical Holdings Inc.

Taking checkpoint inhibition to the next level

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Checkpoint inhibitors have caused a sensation in oncology in recent years, but biotech Enumeral Biomedical Holdings Inc. is setting its sights on the Achilles' heel of the new antibodies – the high failure rate – using a discovery platform that employs cells from human biopsies, rather than more commonly used rodent models.

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