Cell based cancer vaccines
DCprime has both the infrastructure and capabilities to bring cancer immunotherapeutics to clinic. Initially exploiting the proprietary DCOne® platform, DCprime is developing cell based vaccines against different types of cancer.
Immuno-oncology beyond T cells
Since successful vaccination requires an immune system capable of mounting an effective response to the vaccine, DCprime continues to invest in research into furthering understanding of the condition of the immune system during or after treatment of cancer.



  • DCprime and Glycotope announce licensing agreement and collaboration 18 July, 2018     DCprime and Glycotope announce licensing agreement and collaboration Leiden, The Netherlands, and Berlin, Germany, 18 July 2018 – DCprime bv, a clinical stage biotechnology company focused on cell-based cancer vaccines, and Glycotope GmbH, a clinical stage immuno-oncology company built on world-leading glycobiology expertise, announce today that they have entered into a license agreement and research collaboration. Under ... Read more
  • DCprime announces that Erik Manting PhD will join the company as its CEO 1 March, 2018 Leiden, The Netherlands, March 01, 2018 – DCprime announces today that Erik Manting PhD will become DCprime’s new Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect. Dr Manting succeeds Ada Kruisbeek, who will remain committed to DCprime as Chief Scientific Officer. Prior to joining DCprime, Erik spent 15 years in different management and commercial roles, of which ... Read more
  • DCOne® induces immune responses against Multiple Myeloma 16 November, 2017 Leiden, The Netherlands – DCPrime B.V., a clinical stage company dedicated to developing cancer vaccines based on its proprietary DCOne® platform, announces the publication of a peer-reviewed research paper which documents that its lead product DCP-001 can induce T cell activation and myeloma-specific immunity in peripheral blood mononuclear cells from patients with Multiple Myeloma (MM). ... Read more