Takeda Adds Medicinal Chemistry Heft To NYC Research Partnership
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Joint research effort by three New York-based academic research organizations seeks to expedite translation of basic biomedical research into innovative therapies. Initial focus is on small molecules, but the plan is to branch out eventually into monoclonal antibodies and molecular imaging agents, as well.
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