Summaries by Inventor Azab, Abdel Kareem

Cell-based tumor targeting for delivering therapeutic and imaging agents
Azab, Abdel Kareem ; Muz, Barbara
T-018893

— Researchers in Prof. Abdel Kareem Azab’s laboratory have developed a biologically-targeted cellular drug delivery system to precisely target therapeutic or diagnostic agents to a wide range of cancers. Delivering drugs directly to cancer cells and not to healthy cells could improve outcomes by…

Targeted liposome drug delivery system to improve multiple myeloma treatment
Azab, Abdel Kareem ; Federico, Cinzia
T-019089

— Technology Description Researchers in Prof. Kareem Azab’s laboratory have developed a liposome drug delivery vehicle to improve efficacy and reduce side effects of multiple myeloma treatment. This system is designed to target compounds to the bone marrow microenvironment (BMME) and simultane…

Rapid PEG-based drug delivery implant for local treatment of cervical cancer
Azab, Abdel Kareem ; Federico, Cinzia ; Schwarz, Julie ; Sun, Jennifer
T-019396

— Technology Description Researchers in Prof. Kareem Azab’s laboratory have developed a fast, localized drug delivery system designed to maximize anti-tumor efficacy and reduce side effects by delivering chemotherapy directly to cervical tumors. The current standard-of-care treatment regimen …

NanoTCE: a nanoparticle antibody system for immunotherapy against heterogeneous multiple myeloma
Alhallak, Kinan ; Azab, Abdel Kareem
T-018892

— Disease indication – multiple myeloma Drug format – antibodies conjugated to nanoparticles for T-cell immunotherapy Drug class – improved delivery platform Research stage and Preliminary data: In vivo: In vitro proof of concept – in a MM cell line: NanoMuTEs and NanoTC…

Cell-based tumor targeting for delivering therapeutic and imaging agents
Azab, Abdel Kareem ; Muz, Barbara
T-018893

— Researchers in Prof. Abdel Kareem Azab’s laboratory have developed a biologically-targeted cellular drug delivery system to precisely target therapeutic or diagnostic agents to a wide range of cancers. Delivering drugs directly to cancer cells and not to healthy cells could improve outcomes by…

Hydrogels for localized radiotherapy
Azab, Abdel Kareem ; Azab, Feda ; de la Puente Garcia, Maria del Pilar
T-013626

— Background External Beam Radiotherapy (EBR) is commonly used after surgical removal of a tumor (in e.g. a breast-conserving surgery) to control or kill malignant cells. The lack of selectivity due to irradiation of whole or partial organs from outside the body, however, is potentially damaging to t…

 

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