Teijin turns to Pulmagen to plug respiratory pipeline gap
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The pharmaceutical division of Teijin has acquired rights in Japan to Pulmagen Therapeutics' lead CRTh2 antagonist ADC3680, which it will develop initially for bronchial asthma.
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