BioAtla, Inc., a global clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on the development of Conditionally Active Biologic antibody therapeutics, today announced financial results for the first quarter of 2021 and provided an update on its business.

“BioAtla is rapidly advancing potentially registration-enabling Phase 2 clinical trials for our two lead CAB product candidates. With strong financial resources, we are also broadening our development pipeline to include several additional ADC and bispecific CAB candidates,” stated Jay M. Short.

Ph.D., Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of BioAtla, Inc. “Our clinical objectives in 2021 include providing Phase 2 interim data readouts by year-end for CAB-AXL-ADC and CAB-ROR2-ADC. Our Phase 1 trials for these product candidates demonstrated encouraging results in hard to treat cancer indications, particularly in patients with late-stage disease refractory to other lines of therapy,” added Scott Smith.

BioAtla has two first-in-class CAB programs currently in Phase 2 clinical testing in the United States.

Examples of forward-looking statements include, among others, statements we make regarding our business plans and prospects, expectations about the sufficiency of our cash and cash equivalents, expected R&D and G&A expenses, the timing and success of our clinical trials and related data, the and plans to advance development of several bispecific CAB candidates, including the timing of potential IND submissions.