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|Eligible Ages||18 Years and Over|
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|AgenTus Therapeutics, Inc.|
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|Principal Investigator Affiliation||AgenTus Therapeutics, Inc.|
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|Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma|
This is a Phase I, open-label, dose-escalation, single arm study to explore the safety, tolerability, and preliminary clinical activity of agenT-797, an unmodified, allogeneic iNKT cell therapy, in subjects with relapsed/refractory MM, as well as define the RP2D. In Part 1, the study will employ a standard 3+3 dose escalation design, for which 3 to 6 evaluable subjects (maximally 9 if recommended by the Safety Review Committee [SRC]) will be enrolled at each assigned dose level, per cohort depending on the occurrence of DLTs. Part 2 will consist of one or more cohorts of in total up to around 6 to 12 subjects with relapsed/refractory MM who receive agenT-797 at a given dose after lymphodepletion and will employ a 3+3 dose escalation/de-escalation design depending on the occurrence of DLTs. The starting dose in Part 2 will be equal to the maximum tolerated dose (MTD) defined in Part 1 in the absence of any DLTs at that dose level. If a DLT is observed at the MTD in Part 1, the starting dose level in Part 2 will be the dose level below MTD. Details of the analyses will be described in a statistical analysis plan. A Safety Monitoring Committee will be established to assess safety and decide on escalation to next Cohort.
Experimental: Dosage and Cohorts
Part 1: Dose escalation without lymphodepletion. Dosage Frequency and Mode of Administration: agenT-797 will be administered to subjects as a single IV infusion. Part 2: Dose escalation with lymphodepletion (optional) Dosage Frequency and Mode of Administration: Subjects will receive lymphodepletion before infusion of agenT-797. Starting dose will be defined based on data from Part 1.
Drug: - agenT-797
Part 1 agenT-797 is an off-the shelf cell therapy consisting of ≥ 95% allogeneic human unmodified iNKT isolated from 1 healthy donor mononuclear cell apheresis unit and expanded ex-vivo. Part 2 agenT-797 is an off-the shelf cell therapy consisting of ≥ 95% allogeneic human unmodified iNKT isolated from 1 healthy donor mononuclear cell apheresis unit and expanded ex-vivo. Lymphodepletion: The conditioning therapy will be administered prior to agenT-797 infusion. Dose and rate of infusion of the chemotherapy may be adapted as medically indicated.
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