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Researchers demonstrate the feasibility of pancreatic beta-cell, target-specific CAR-Treg treatment for human T1D

June 13, 2022

At the National Meeting of the Endocrine Society, a press release announced:  "Researchers have successfully treated type 1 diabetes in mice using pancreatic beta-cell, target-specific, chimeric antigen-receptor (CAR) regulatory T cells (Tregs), and demonstrated the feasibility of their approach to treat the human condition"

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AdopTracell Wins iCorps Award

March 15, 2021

Team AdopTracell wins first grant (Alexa Jaume, Entrepreneurial Lead) for CAR Treg commercialization path. 
The FDA Investigational New Drug filing process officially begins.

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February 12, 2019

University of Toledo (formerly Medical College of Ohio) researchers have generated a mouse that mimics the human development and progression of type 1 diabetes, a breakthrough that will open the door to new therapies.

AdopTracell and the University of Toledo Announce Exclusive Worldwide Licensing Agreement To Develop and Commercialize Technology To Treat Type 1 Diabetes

November 7, 2022

Technology and Patent rights for international WO2020097546 patent entitled " Immunosuppresive Antigen-Specific Chimeric Antigen Receptor Treg Cells for Prevention and/or Treatment of Autoimmune [Type 1 Diabetes and others] and Alloimmune [Solid Organ Transpant] Disorders" belong now to AdopTracell, INC.

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AdopTracell Granted Technology Validation Start-up Funding (TVSF Phase II)

February 1, 2022

The Ohio Department of Development has awarded AdopTracell with Technology Validation Start-up Funds (TVSF Phase II, Juan Jaume, PI)  for the company to fully develop its patent protected CAR-Treg immune-therapy for Type 1 Diabetes.  These grants (Phase I, proof-of-concept; Phase II, validation) are awarded to young companies that have licensed innovative technologies from research institutions.

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Reversal of Autoimmunity with Engineered Adoptive Cell Transfer

May 14, 2020

Our technology becomes public. The news of the discovery of immunosuppresive, antigen-specific CAR Treg cells for prevention and/or treatment of autoimmune and alloimmune disorders is now patented!