Hepatera and MYR plan hepatitis D-Day
This article was originally published in Scrip
Private Russian biotech company Hepatera and its German development partner MYR have early data suggesting that their entry inhibitor Myrcludex B may be an option for treating hepatitis delta, as well as the more well-known hepatitis B virus.
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