Kymab, Heptares Enter GPCR Targeting Pact
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Two of Britain's leading science innovators – Mab specialist Kymab Ltd. and GPCR-targeting Heptares Therapeutics – are joining forces to discover, develop and commercialize new antibody drugs targeting a number of G protein-coupled receptors, focusing initially on immuno-oncology.
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