Celgene, Nurix Collaborate For $150m Up Front
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Celgene will pay Nurix Inc. $150m up front to develop and commercialize novel small molecules that modulate the ubiquitin proteasome system (UPS) in a deal that gives both companies multiple options for benefitting from joint oncology, inflammation and immunology programs.
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