Avillion Has Faith In Merck's Ablynx-Rejected Psoriasis Drug
Avillion – which seeks co-development deals for products that otherwise could languish in busy big pharma pipelines – is taking on development of Merck's early-stage psoriasis drug, M1095, despite originator Ablynx having opted out of a co-development arrangement with the German firm for the drug four years earlier.
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