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AstraZeneca Strengthens Diabetes R&D With Option On Astellas/Prosidion's Early-Stage Compounds

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

AstraZeneca has entered into an option agreement on Prosidion's first-in-class GPR119 receptor agonists for diabetes.

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