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OXB Oxford Biomedica Plc

306.50
-8.50 (-2.70%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Oxford Biomedica Plc LSE:OXB London Ordinary Share GB00BDFBVT43 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.50 -2.70% 306.50 309.00 310.50 312.50 302.00 311.50 230,543 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Medicinal Chems,botanicl Pds 89.54M -184.16M -1.9068 -1.62 298.43M
Oxford Biomedica Plc is listed in the Medicinal Chems,botanicl Pds sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OXB. The last closing price for Oxford Biomedica was 315p. Over the last year, Oxford Biomedica shares have traded in a share price range of 164.40p to 473.00p.

Oxford Biomedica currently has 96,580,639 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Oxford Biomedica is £298.43 million. Oxford Biomedica has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.62.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/6/2024
14:43
An off the shelf therapy is a cheaper / better mousetrap PB.

But your body has had since the beginning of time to learn what should / shouldn't be in there - so it's a very tricky one to make something which works.

There are lots of autologous treatments out there (your own cells modified and put back) which work astonishingly well (some around 60%) in patients at end of life who have failed on every other treatment.

People have been trying to perfect allogeneic (same modified cells for every patient) for just as long - and it's really smart people in both camps (sometimes the same scientists have worked with both).

All the current CAR-T drugs approved are autologous.

However (and I guess you already know this) we have a finger in the experimental allogeneic pie via our partnership with BEAM. See below:-

BEAM-201: Universal CD7-targeting CAR-T cells BEAM-201 is a development candidate comprised of T cells derived from healthy donors that are simultaneously edited at TRAC, CD7, CD52 and PDCD1 and then transduced with a lentivirus encoding for an anti-CD7 CAR that is designed to create allogeneic CD7 targeting CAR-T cells, resistant to both fratricide and immunosuppression. We have dosed the first patient in a first-in-human Phase 1/2 clinical trial designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of BEAM-201 in patients with relapsed/refractory T-ALL/T-LL. Key safety endpoints for the trial include treatment-emergent and treatment-related adverse events, and key efficacy endpoints include proportion of patients with complete or partial responses, proportion eligible for HSC transplant and proportion achieving minimal residual disease negative status. We are continuing enrolment in the Phase 1/2 clinical trial and expect to report an initial clinical dataset for BEAM-201 in the second half of 2024 and to seek potential partnership for this and other potential ex vivo CAR-T programs, including our ongoing research into creating next-generation allogeneic cell therapies with multiplex base editing.

harry s truman
16/6/2024
14:17
It's really interesting for any newbies ( and me!). Full disclosure, I am in at Euro 17 !Inspite of warning from Marcus !HTTps://www.linkedin.com/posts/max-de-brouwer-cfo_cart-celltherapy-immunotherapy-activity-7206360125152874496-dDW_?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_android
pharmaboy3
14/6/2024
15:53
🚀 $CABA shows potential Immune Reset in SLE patient & benefit on clinical efficacy endpoints!

Safety
🔘4 day hospital stay + conditioning
🔘No CRS, No ICANS = no tocilizumab
🔘No infections during follow up

Efficacy
🔘 Complete B cell depletion by day 15
🔘 Improvement in disease scores
- IMNM patient: TIS of 30
- SLE Patient: SLEDAI-2K from 26 to 10
🔘Immune Reset: naive B cell repopulation observed

marcusl2
14/6/2024
15:44
Blackstone Inc. purchased a new stake in Cabaletta Bio, Inc. (NASDAQ:CABA - Free Report) in the fourth quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The firm purchased 347,494 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $7,888,000. Blackstone Inc. owned approximately 0.81% of Cabaletta Bio as of its most recent SEC filing.
marcusl2
14/6/2024
14:12
And this is how it works:
supernumerary
14/6/2024
14:09
Relevant OXB RNS



Oxford Biomedica initially licensed its LentiVector® platform to Cabaletta Bio for their lead product candidate, DSG3-CAART. The agreement has now been extended to grant a non-exclusive license to Cabaletta under Oxford Biomedica’s LentiVector® platform IP for their CAR-T programme, CABA-201, a 4-1BB-containing fully human CD19-CAR T cell investigational therapy. Cabaletta Bio has received two IND clearances to date for CABA-201 and plans to initiate a Phase 1/2 clinical trial for patients with systemic lupus erythematosus and lupus nephritis and a separate Phase 1/2 clinical trial for patients with myositis.

harry s truman
14/6/2024
13:11
At week 12 of follow-up for the IMNM patient, the data show a decline in creatinine kinase from 617 at infusion to 308 and a total improvement score (TIS) of 30, which is consistent with the clinically meaningful improvement seen in the academic experience of a similar 4-1BB CD19-CAR T construct that also recently reported data from an IMNM patient.

At week 4 of follow-up for the SLE patient, the data demonstrated an improvement in the SLEDAI-2K (systemic lupus erythematosus disease activity index) score from 26 at baseline to 10.

Needs a medic really, but that looks good early data to me.

harry s truman
14/6/2024
12:08
Looking at the chart - the traders may think they need to rely on 3 quid to hold as support...nai etc

ps - chart support at £3 was never in doubt was it with the scale of committed shareholders here :)

takeiteasy
14/6/2024
11:12
The spread appears to be 16.5p, so, over 5%.
dominiccummings
13/6/2024
18:28
For as long as I've owned OXB, the experience has been a bit like the old job description for commercial pilots - i.e. hours of boredom separated by a few hectic minutes - and repeat.

It's 6 weeks and 3 days since we had a really excellent presentation.

All circumstantial evidence (mainly job ads) suggests that Seb's sales team is bringing in new business in quantity.

We have seen lots of press stories to the effect that after a dreadful post covid period the work is back, for example:-

We can be reasonably confident that not a single insider buying (in the open period which normally follows the results) means that it wasn't open because they know something is about to drop.

What that is and the timing of it are anybody's guess, but it's plainly not "just" another customer or another contract pending which could be expected as part of our normal business (as that didn't stop them after the interims last year did it?).

Unfortunately watched pots never boil - and I should know as I've watched a few. We just have to wait.

On the upside, Cabaletta Bio is presenting initial clinical data from each of the first patients in the RESET-Myositis™ and RESET-SLE™ trials tomorrow.

We partner CABA-201 see and they have already presented excellent safety data. Could indirectly be a good news day for us.

harry s truman
13/6/2024
15:49
Someone must be topping up :) nai etc
takeiteasy
12/6/2024
22:25
Perhaps because all railway lines end up in London?
dominiccummings
12/6/2024
21:45
Dom,

I'm probably geographically biased with this one, but I wonder how much it costs to host an AGM in London? If they have the capability to host it in Oxford for little cost and minimal disruption then why not?

harry s truman
12/6/2024
21:41
Plutonian,

I'm not sure that we're differing here. I'm sure I remember (it is a long time now) JD when we bought the old Cobra building explaining that we cancelled our RetinoStat trial order when TRIST halted, then when Sanofi did the ocular deal we immediately reordered, but as well as losing our place and deposit, it also cost us 13 months as we went to the back of the queue again.

What I am saying is that whilst OXB made it very plain initially that it was for security of supply with our own drugs (Novartis later changing that and then our whole business) those cell lines and later the suspension tech can still only do some very specialised work. It could never do what the questioner suggested.

harry s truman
12/6/2024
21:15
I attended the AGMs for more than a decade, and valued the opportunity to speak to the board personally, and look them in the eyes. I didn't go Coid year of course, the following year was also 'virtual'. Last year they decided to make it in Oxford. This said to me "We don't want private investors to come so we won't make it easy or convenient".
Attendance over.

dominiccummings
12/6/2024
08:38
Yes I enjoyed the excuse to visit London and afterwards meet friends at the India Club for their great dosaAn industrial estate outside of Oxford is just not the same Anyway no doubt they will be providing limousines to whisk shareholders from the railway station to the meeting
marwalker
12/6/2024
07:08
Morning Dom
RE: the AGM
In the last few years (pre covid) I did get the impression (only from 1 or 2 members of the board) that individual PI's that turned up to the AGM and asked difficult questions were frowned upon when all they wanted was to get their resolutions passed.
I remember once when a disillusioned shareholder was questioning yet another dilution when a board member replied something along the lines of ...
'Well if you are looking for share price growth or a quick buck you are invested in the wrong company' I must admit to being gobsmacked at that and even questioned myself about whether or not to sell up and move on but that was a good few years ago.

I have to say though that I did enjoy the tea and biscuit session after the official meeting had finished much more fruitful for gathering titbits of information and being able to 'look them in the eyes' for hints or meaningful phrases.

Not sure if I will be going to Oxford this year though.

northstand
11/6/2024
17:08
Afternoon Northstand. (I've stopped going to AGMs now, so if you are going, I won't be there! I feel that this management do not welcome shareholder interest.)
In fact, I think they are trying to 'bore us away' (tell us nothing and we might just go away!).

dominiccummings
11/6/2024
08:47
Morning Dom
Don't be fooled by the trades all being marked though as sales.
This morning I put a buy order in of 2600 shares at a 325 limit price when the price was 326/321
the bid immediately rose to 326/325,shortly after 2 AT trades went through of
1991 & 609 shares at 325p and were marked as 2 sales (which is also kind of correct) when in fact it was also my order being filled.
I'm still convinced (like Harry) that something big is brewing in the background
so wanted to make sure I was topped up just in case.
There seems to be big support around 315 which gives me confidence that this won't drift again like in previous months.

northstand
11/6/2024
08:34
Every morning it opens, then drops, before working its way up to the open price or thereabouts. Who I wonder is selling at start of day?
dominiccummings
09/6/2024
23:55
Apologies if posted before:
philh75
09/6/2024
21:24
An AZ connection would be fantastic H.



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