Takeda seeks 'big data' analytics for rare disease drug discovery
This article was originally published in Scrip
Takeda Development Center Americas – a unit of Takeda Pharmaceutical – is teaming up with big data solutions company BioXcel to research and repurpose assets for use in rare and ultra-rare disease indications.
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