Our proprietary PETization platform enables the rapid translation of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) between species.
Our mAbs are uniquely designed to be accepted by a patient's immune system as "native," a property we refer to as "100% species-specificity."
Our most advanced therapies in development are focused on treatments within two general areas: chronic pain in both dogs and cats, and inflammatory disease in dogs.
We believe biologic therapies offer significant advantages over current treatments in both these areas.
Our team of scientists and veterinarians are working to investigate further opportunities for new biologic therapies.
11-14 January 2016
JP Morgan 34th Annual Healthcare Conference, San Francisco, U.S.
16-20 January 2016
North American Veterinary Community conference, FL, U.S.
10-11 February 2016
European Animal Health Investment Forum, London, U.K.
27 February - 5 March 2016
Veterinary Orthopedic Society Annual Conference, Big Sky, Montana, U.S.
7-9 March 2016
Cowen Annual Health Care Conference, Boston, MA, U.S.
10-12 May 2016
Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2016 Health Care Conference, Las Vegas, U.S.
8–11 June 2016
American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum, CO, U.S.
22-25 June 2016
FECAVA Eurocongress, Vienna, Austria
27–30 July 2016
Veterinary Pain Short Course, San Diego, CA, U.S.
17–19 August 2016
International Veterinary Immunology Symposium, Gold Coast, Australia
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San Francisco, CA 94108