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Maplirpacept

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Maplirpacept

SIRPα-IgG4 Fusion Protein

Maplirpacept (TTI-622/PF-07901801) is an investigational compound. Its safety and efficacy have not been established.

Overview + Rationale

  • Maplirpacept (TTI-622/PF-07901801) is a fusion protein designed to enhance phagocytosis and antitumor activity by preventingCD47 from delivering its inhibitory signal as well as generating a moderate pro-phagocytic signal via IgG4 Fc
  • Maplirpacept minimally binds to human red blood cells
  • CD47, or integrin-associated protein, is a cell surface ligand expressed in low levels by nearly all cells of the body. It plays an integral role in various immune responses as well as autoimmunity, by sending a “don’t eat me” signal to prevent phagocytosis
  • CD47 is overexpressed in various hematological malignancies and its interaction with Signal Regulatory Protein (SIRP)α on phagocytic cells prevents phagocytosis of cancer cells
  • Additionally, it is expressed by different cell types in the tumor microenvironment and is required for establishing tumor metastasis. Overexpression of CD47 is thus often associated with poor clinical outcomes
  • CD47 blockade promotes both innate (macrophage phagocytosis) and adaptive immunity (T cell responses)
  • Tumor cells frequently overexpress CD47 and exploit this pathway to evade macrophage-mediated destruction

Mechanism of Action

Maplirpacept (TTI-622/PF-07901801) consists of the CD47-bindingdomain of human SIRPα and is linked to the Fc region of IgG4.

The IgG4 Fc delivers a moderate “eat” signal through FcγRs

Stage of Development

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Advanced Hematological Malignancies including Lymphoma, Leukemia and Multiple Myeloma
Phase 1b/2 Monotherapy and Combination*
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R/R Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL)Transplant Ineligible
Phase 1b/2 Combinations