PAINT-2D® Platform for Immune Therapeutics
Discovery and Development
PAINT-2D<sup>®</sup> Platform for Immune Therapeutics<br> Discovery and Development PAINT-2D<sup>®</sup> Platform for Immune Therapeutics<br> Discovery and Development

PAINT-2D®platform is our proprietary platform equipped with “one-stop” functionalities for the early-stage development of immuno-oncology therapies, and enables us to study the functions of immuno-oncology therapies and their effects on immune cells in an efficient manner, as well as to evaluate the combination potential of different immuno-oncology therapies and the toxicity and adverse events for different combination regimens.


By utilizing immune cell lines, primary immune cells, ex vivo tumor/tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte (TIL), PAINT-2DTM platform is able to perform a series of assays to comprehensively assess (i) the effects of immuno-oncology drugs on the functioning of immune cells, including T-cells, B-cells, DCs, monocytes, and macrophages, and (ii) the combination potentials and off-target effects for different immuno-oncology drugs. This allows us to (i) thoroughly optimize the efficacy and undesired adverse events of drug candidates to maximize their efficacy in immuno-oncology, and (ii) fully assess the combinatorial synergies between different drugs in preclinical stages, and (iii) potentially correlate preclinical output with clinical performance using data generated internally. This platform is expected to lead to optimal candidate molecules and combination regimens to potentially reduce the risks associated with subsequent clinical trials.




ANEAT-Id® AN’s High Efficiency Antibody Technology for Identification/Development
ANEAT-Id<sup>®</sup> AN’s High Efficiency Antibody Technology for Identification/Development ANEAT-Id<sup>®</sup> AN’s High Efficiency Antibody Technology for Identification/Development


ANEAT-Id® platform is a highly efficient and robust yeast display system that is dedicated to therapeutic antibody discovery and development. It is featured by (i) a super-size human antibody library (50 billion) that is ready to identify any desired antibodies, (ii) high display efficiency to successfully express antibodies on yeast surface, (iii) a display/secretion switchable design to allow flexibility in small-scale antibody purification and subsequent functional test, and (iv) various developability assessment tools to minimize risks in late stage development. We are utilizing our ANEAT-Id technology to facilitate and speed therapeutic antibody R&D.