SAB Biotherapeutics Presents ‘Novel Biologic Therapeutics for Infectious Diseases’ at U.S. Pharma Partnering Summit 2022

Nov 08, 2022

Eddie Sullivan, Co-Founder, President and CEO, to present as SAB Biotherapeutics continues to execute on its partnering focused business strategy

SIOUX FALLS, S.D., Nov. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SAB Biotherapeutics (Nasdaq: SABS), ("SAB”), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company with a novel immunotherapy platform that produces specifically targeted, high-potency, fully-human polyclonal antibodies without the need for human donors, today announced the company will be attending and presenting at this year’s U.S. Pharma Partnering Summit, being held on Nov. 17-18 in Boston, MA. The Pharma Partnering Summit brings together dealmakers of leading life science companies to disseminate knowledge through expert speakers and help large, mid-sized and small pharma and biotech companies expand their network, establish deals, and develop their business.

SAB’s presentation, titled “Novel Biologic Therapeutics for Infectious Diseases,” will take place on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 12:25 pm ET. Led by SAB Co-Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer Eddie J. Sullivan, the presentation will focus on three therapeutics produced by SAB’s novel DiversitAb™ platform: SAB-176, a novel pan-influenza immunotherapeutic, SAB-195, an immunotherapeutic for Clostridioides difficile Infection (CDI or C. diff), and SAB-185, a broadly neutralizing COVID-19 treatment. Sullivan will also discuss how SAB’s platform is the only one in the world that produces fully-human polyclonal antibodies utilizing transchromosomic cows and how they can be efficacious against multiple variants of highly mutating pathogens.

“SAB is eager to join other industry pioneers at this summit, all of whom share the same goal of bringing better treatment options to the forefront of healthcare and improving patient’s lives,” Dr. Sullivan said. “Events like these are critical for the expansion of our network and the exchange of invaluable knowledge. We look forward to sharing how SAB’s innovative platform creates next-generation fully-human broadly neutralizing polyclonal antibody therapeutics that provide much more sustained efficacy in highly mutating pathogens and can offer much-needed support for immunocompromised patients.”

About SAB Biotherapeutics
SAB Biotherapeutics, Inc. (SAB) We are a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of powerful and proprietary immunotherapeutic polyclonal human antibodies to treat and prevent infectious diseases and immune and autoimmune disorders. Our development programs include infectious diseases resulting from outbreaks and pandemics, as well as immunological, gastroenterological, and respiratory diseases that have significant mortality and health impacts on immune compromised patients. SAB has applied advanced genetic engineering and antibody science to develop Transchromosomic (Tc) Bovine™. Our versatile DiversitAb™ platform is applicable to a wide range of serious unmet needs in human diseases. It produces natural, specifically targeted, high-potency, fully-human polyclonal immunotherapies without the need for human donors. SAB currently has multiple drug development programs underway and collaborations with the US government and global pharmaceutical companies. For more information on SAB, visit: and follow SAB on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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