NantKwest is an innovative clinical-stage immunotherapy company focused on harnessing the power of the innate immune system by using the natural killer cell to treat cancer, infectious diseases and inflammatory diseases.
NantKwest is uniquely positioned to implement precision cancer medicine, with the potential to change the current paradigm of cancer care. Natural Killer cells are ancient cells in the human body designed to recognize and detect cells under stress or infected. The NantKwest “off-the-shelf” activated Natural Killer (NK) platform has the capacity to destroy cancer and virally infected cells from the body. The safety of our NK cells as well as their activity against a broad range of cancers have been tested in multiple phase 1 clinical trials in the United States, Canada and Europe. In addition to our NK cells capability to be administered in the outpatient setting as an “off-the-shelf” living drug, it serves as a universal cell-based therapy without need for individualized patient matching. Moreover, our NK cell based platform has been bioengineered to incorporate chimeric antigen receptors (CARs) and antibody receptors to further optimize targeting and potency in the therapeutic disease.
Natural Killer Cell Platform
CULVER CITY, CA - August 30, 2018 - NantKwest (Nasdaq:NK), a leading, clinical-stage natural killer cell based therapeutics company, today announced that the company will be participating at several upcoming investment conferences. During these...read more
CULVER CITY, CALIFORNIA - August 7, 2018 NantKwest (Nasdaq:NK), a leading, clinical-stage natural killer cell based therapeutics company, today announced that the company will participate in the Canaccord Genuity 38th Annual Growth Conference taking place...read more
Culver City, California, June 19, 2018 —NantKwest, Inc. (Nasdaq: NK) today announced the elevation of Sonja Nelson, chief accounting officer for the company, to the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Nelson, who first joined NantKwest in 2015, as the top financial...read more