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Allogene Plans to Evaluate ALLO-501A in 2L DLBCL; No Updates for Allogene’s BCMA Programs; ALLO-316’s Initial Data Likely Delayed to 2023; CF1 to Produce ~20,000 Doses Annually; Allogene Q1 2022 Earnings Call Summary

Here is a brief preview of this blast: On Wednesday, May 4, Allogene held their Q1 2022 earnings call (press release) highlighting their plans to evaluate ALLO-501A (allogeneic CD19 CAR-T) in 2 DLBCL, while noting that ALLO-316's (allogeneic CD70 CAR-T) initial clinical data may be delayed until 2023. Of note, no major updates were provided for ALLO-501A’s pivotal study or Allogene’s BCMA programs. Below, Celltelligence provides insights on how ALLO-501A could compete with autologous CAR-Ts in the 2L setting, while discussing Allogene’s upcoming clinical updates and manufacturing capabilities.

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Mark McCully, PhD is the Content Lead for Celltelligence covering the dynamic and rapidly evolving cell therapy space. Mark regularly attends large and small cell therapy scientific meetings to build upon his decade of oncology R&D experience. To that end, Mark previously worked on numerous consulting projects for large cap pharma and emerging biotech to help characterize the ever-changing landscape.