Founded in Bangalore, India. $6Mio seed funding by Accel, Aarin, IDG, KITVEN
Development of technology platforms. Glyco-Engineering. Naïve & Synthetic Display Libraries. Development of trastuzumab biosimilar and Exendin-4.
Zumutor incorporated in USA with ofﬁce in MA. Series A $6 Mio raised from existing investors. Global patents filed.
Research collaboration signed with global major, Catalent, for ADCC enhancement
Ideation and selection. 21 immunotherapy targets chosen.
In vivo efficacy study with lead molecule initiated. Out licensed Trastuzumab biosimilar.
Mouse study reveals signﬁcant reduction in tumour growth compared to “Control IgG”.
Raised $ 4 Mio from Accel for preclinical studies
Raised $ 4 million as Series A 2 funds
At Zumutor , we have developed two antibody engineering platforms to facilitate our program for discovery and development of immunotherapies that have the potential to be novel best-in-class monotherapies, and core components of innovative combination treatments.
We are committed to partnering with global biopharmaceutical companies for early stage licensing of our pipeline and to jointly discover and develop innovative products.
We have licensed our biologic product for treatment of breast cancer and are engaged in collaborations and related to our technology platforms.
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Syngene International, a leading global Contract Research Services Company, has entered into a non-exclusive partnering agreement with Zumutor Biologics, an emerging immunooncology Company, to access Zumutor’s proprietary naïve human phage/yeast display library. This collaboration further enhances Syngene’s market-leading capabilities in Discovery Biology, providing its scientists with additional tools to help solve complex biology problems in biotherapeutic drug discovery
On 12 November, 2019 Zumutor Biologics and Prof. Vijay Kuchroo Laboratory (Evergrande Center for Immunologic Diseases at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases) have inked an agreement to discover unique human monoclonal antibodies against a novel cytokine identified by Kuchroo Laboratory. Zumutor will use its proprietary antibody discovery platform INABLR® to identify novel antibody clones against the cytokine
Catalent, the leading global provider of advanced delivery technologies, development, and manufacturing solutions for drugs, biologics, cell and gene therapies, and consumer health products, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Zumutor Biologics, Inc., to manufacture Zumutor’s lead candidate, ZM008, for the treatment of solid tumors
We have committed our resources to develop treatment of cancer through next generation immunotherapies and have assembled a highly experienced team to execute our vision
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We have raised US$ 20 million in capital from Accel, IDG ventures, Aarin Capital and KITVEN
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