Fibrosis symposium video material

MELBOURNE Australia 21 March 2017: AdAlta Limited (ASX: 1AD), the biotechnology company advancing AD-114, its lead i-body candidate for the treatment of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and other human fibrotic diseases towards clinical development, is pleased to release the full length videos of each speaker from its R&D briefing meeting on fibrosis for analysts and investors.

Fibrosis accounts for 45% of all diseases globally in the developed world and represents a large unmet medical need.

These following presentations and videos from the symposium included:

The highlights from the symposium are available at the following link

To find out more about AdAlta, contact Sam Cobb, CEO, Tel: (03) 9479 5159 or email

Notes to editors

AdAlta Limited (ASX:1AD) is an Australian based drug development company headquartered in Melbourne. The Company is focused on using its proprietary technology platform to generate i-bodies, a new class of protein therapeutics, with applications as therapeutic drugs to treat diseases. AdAlta is developing its lead i-body candidate, AD-114, for the treatment of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and other human fibrotic diseases, for which current therapies are sub-optimal and there is a high-unmet medical need. AD-114 has strong pre-clinical results for IPF, demonstrating both anti-fibrotic and anti-inflammatory activity in human lung tissue and indicating greater efficacy than existing approved IPF drugs. The i-body is a human analogue of the antigen binding domain of the shark antibody, which combines the advantages of monoclonal antibodies (high target specificity and affinity) with the beneficial stability features of small molecules. In addition to stability, the i-body has a long binding loop that is a feature of shark antibodies not present in either human or next generation antibodies. This feature enables the i-body to recognise and bind to a diverse range of different therapeutically-relevant drug targets, including those that are difficult/intractable to access by current antibody therapies. These include clinically important targets such as G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) and ion channels.


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Sam Cobb
Chief Executive Officer
AdAlta Limited
Tel: +61 (0) 3 9479 5159

Media (Australia)
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