oligoDOM®: A Novel Proprietary Nanoparticles Technology specifically designed to trigger superior T-cell responses, in addition to strong and sustained B-cell responses
The core concept
Nanoparticles self-assemble to present key immunogenic structures of a specific virus in repetition to induce an innate immune response.
Improving and surpassing the Nanoparticles technology
oligoDOM® has been uniquely designed to increase the T-cell immune response to the native antigen thanks to a specific signal sequence targeting and activating cells from the immune system.
Building upon the established nanoparticles concept
Like other self-assembling nanoparticles technologies, oligoDOM® also triggers a strong B-cell response by transforming a small, non-immunogenic, native antigen into a large nanoparticle which is easily detected by the immune system, exposing multiple copies of the native antigen.
When associated to an antigen, oligoDOM® forms a unique self-assembling nanoparticles, exposing multiple copies of full-length antigens
Preventing the Spread of constantly mutating Global Infectious Diseases
Viruses such as influenza constantly mutate making it difficult to accurately predict each year’s virus variants. Most conventional vaccines target highly mutating surface structures, a method that provides suboptimal protection, especially in vulnerable populations such as the elderly.
Osivax is pioneering a universal vaccine which will uniquely empower both the B-cell and the T-cell immune responses. Osivax will combine its best-in-class T-cell component with conventional flu vaccines to fully empower both arms of the immune system.
Thanks to its oligoDOM® technology, Osivax’ vaccines can trigger a T-cell immune response that targets internal and invariant parts of a virus to provide universal protection against both current and future virus strains or variants.
The innovative oligoDOM® technology, an improved self-assembling Nanoparticles approach, targets internal and invariant parts of viruses in a very powerful way
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