Genocea Biosciences

100 Acorn Park Drive
Cambridge
Massachusetts
02140
United States

Tel: 617-876-8191
Fax: 617-876-8192

Email: website.inquiry@genocea.com

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About Genocea Biosciences

Genocea aims to transform vaccine discovery and development to improve millions of lives. We use ATLAS™, our proprietary technology platform that rapidly identifies T cell antigens associated with protective immune responses in humans exposed to a pathogen. We have a pipeline of novel vaccine candidates that stimulate the T cell arm of the immune system, which is increasingly recognized as critical to generating protective immunity against a wide array of diseases.
Genocea’s pipeline includes programs addressing genital herpes, pneumococcus, chlamydia, malaria and cancer immunotherapy. We currently have two products in Phase 2 clinical development:
• GEN-003, an immunotherapy to treat patients with genital herpes. We reported positive top-line data from an ongoing Phase 2b dose optimization trial from the immediate post dosing 28-day observation period in May 2015. We identified an improved dose of 60µg per protein/75µg of adjuvant, which demonstrated a highly statistically significant reduction (p>0.0001) from baseline in the viral shedding rate (55%) and genital lesion rate (60%). Data from the six-month and 12-month observation periods in this trial is expected in the fourth quarter of 2015 and the first quarter of 2016, respectively.
Data from the prior Phase 1/2a trial was the first time a therapeutic vaccine candidate has demonstrated significant reductions in the rates of viral shedding and genital lesions in genital herpes patients.

• GEN-004, a universal vaccine which is in Phase 2 development to prevent infections caused by all serotypes of pneumococcus. We have completed enrollment in a Phase 2 human challenge clinical trial and expect to report top-line data in the fourth quarter of 2015.
In a prior Phase 1 study, GEN-004 met its safety, tolerability and immunogenicity goals, including measurable increases in the blood of T helper 17 (TH17) cells, a rare cell type that provides immunity at epithelial and mucosal surfaces.

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