How it works

BM/HSC transplants includes a number of procedures whereby the BM/HSC of a patient are depleted and then replaced with hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells (HSPC) derived from the patient him/herself (Autologous HSCT) or from a donor (Allogeneic HSCT). Every BM/HSC transplant can be subdivided into three major stages. HemoGenyx's technologies target the first two stages where the greatest risks and limitations are, as shown below. Hemogenyx's technologies are complementary, but can also be used as stand alone products in line with traditional methods.

Injection

Step 1

Administration of CDX Bi-specific antibody

CDX antibodies are being developed as a stand-alone off-the-shelf product ready for intravenous (IV) injection. The antibodies will be injected once or several times (most likely up to three times) within a predetermined period (most likely 1 to 5 days).

Placenta

Step 2

Hu-PHEC

Hu-PHEC's isolated from either the umbilical cord and placenta (allogeneic) or the liver of a patient (autologous) will be used for transplantation. When transplanted, Hu-PHEC's will regenerate the blood system of a patient.

Patient

Step 3

Engraftment and Recovery

A patient will remain in hospital while the new cells grow and regenerate their blood system, white blood cells and platelets. The patient's immune system will be delicate during this period and thus will be in a germ free environment.