AdAlta CEO On Shark Antibody Technology
AdAlta CEO Sam Cobb discusses development of the company's novel technology platform that engineers the key stability features of the antigen binding domain of shark antibodies into human proteins to create unique compounds, known as i-bodies, for therapeutic intervention in disease.
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