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AstraZeneca Taps Pieris For Inhaled Asthma Anticalins

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AstraZeneca is to pay $57.5m to get its hands on biotech Pieris Pharmaceuticals' Anticalin technology to bolster its early stage respiratory portfolio, with a lead product candidate already being prepared for Phase I.

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