Today, Achilles Therapeutics Plc – ADR Inc’s (NASDAQ: ACHL) stock gained $0.08, accounting for a 1.11% increase. Achilles opened at $7.17 before trading between $7.40 and $7.05 throughout Thursday’s session. The activity saw Achilles’s market cap rise to $297,217,539 on 84,483 shares -below their 30-day average of 413,161.
About Achilles Therapeutics Plc – ADR
Achilles is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing precision T cell therapies targeting clonal neoantigens: protein markers unique to the individual that are expressed on the surface of every cancer cell. The Company has two ongoing Phase I/IIa trials, the CHIRON trial in patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and the THETIS trial in patients with recurrent or metastatic melanoma. Achilles uses DNA sequencing data from each patient, together with its proprietary PELEUS™ bioinformatics platform, to identify clonal neoantigens specific to that patient, and then develop precision T cell-based product candidates specifically targeting those clonal neoantigens.
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