Trubion Pharmaceuticals to Present at the 7th Annual Needham & Company Biotechnology & Medical Technology Conference

SEATTLE, June 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Trubion Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq: TRBN) today announced that Dr. Kendall Mohler, co-founder and senior vice president of research and development, is scheduled to present at the 7th Annual Needham & Company Biotechnology & Medical Technology Conference on June 12 at 10 a.m. EDT. This conference will be held at the New York Palace Hotel in New York City. The presentation will be available via audio webcast at http://www.wsw.com/webcast/needham25/trbn/ and will be available in the investors section of Trubion's website, investors.trubion.com.

About Trubion

Trubion is a biopharmaceutical company that is creating a pipeline of novel protein therapeutic product candidates to treat autoimmune and inflammatory diseases and cancer. The company's mission is to develop a variety of first-in-class and best-in-class product candidates, customized for optimal safety, efficacy, and convenience that it believes may offer improved patient experiences. Trubion's current product candidates are novel single- chain protein, or SMIP(TM), therapeutics, and are designed using its custom drug assembly technology. Trubion's product pipeline includes CD20-directed candidates such as TRU-015 and SBI-087 for autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, developed under the company's Wyeth collaboration. Trubion's product pipeline also includes Trubion's proprietary product candidate, TRU-016, a novel CD37-targeted therapy for the treatment of B-cell malignancies that is currently in Phase 1/2 clinical evaluation. In addition to Trubion's current product candidates, the company is also developing additional alliance and proprietary product candidates that build on its product development experience. More information is available in the investors section of Trubion's website: investors.trubion.com.

SOURCE Trubion Pharmaceuticals Inc.

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