Published in the journal Nature Medicine:
Crees ZD, Rettig MP, Jayasinghe R, Stockerl-Goldstein K, Larson S, Arpad I, Milone GA, Martino M, Stiff P, Sborov D, Pereira D, Micallef I, Moreno-Jiménez G, Mikala G, Paciello Coronel ML, Holtick U, Hiemenz J, Qazilbash MH, Hardy N, Latif T, García-Cadenas I, Vainstein-Haras A, Sorani E, Gliko-Kabir I, Goldstein I, Ickowicz D, Shemesh-Darvish L, Kadosh S, Gao F, Schroeder M, Vij R, DiPersio JF. A randomized, placebo-controlled, phase III trial evaluating motixafortide and G-CSF to mobilize hematopoietic stem cells for autologous transplantation in multiple myeloma — the Genesis trial. Nature Medicine. April 17, 2023.
This work was supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), grant numbers R35 CA210084 and R50 CA211466; and BioLineRx Ltd., which makes motixafortide.
Published in the journal Cancer Research:
Yao L, Wang JT, Jayasinghe RG, O’Neal J, Tsai C, Rettig MP, Song Y, Liu R, Zhao Y, Ibrahim OM, Fiala MA, Fortier JM, Chen S, Gehrs L, Martins Rodrigues F, Wendl MC, Kohnen D, Shinkle A, Cao S, Foltz SM, Zhou DC, Storrs E, Wyczalkowski MA, Mani S, Goldsmith SR, Zhu Y, Hamilton M, Liu T, Chen F, Vij R, Ding L, DiPersio JF. Single-cell discovery and multi-omic characterization of therapeutic targets in multiple myeloma. Cancer Research. Feb. 13, 2023.
This work was supported by the Paula C. and Rodger O. Riney Blood Cancer Research Fund and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), grant numbers U24CA211006, U2CCA233303, PJ000021702, R35 CA210084 and R50CA211466.
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