Genentech Bets On Kineta's Early-Stage, Disease-Modifying Pain Therapy
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Also, deals between Boehringer Ingelheim/Oxford BioTherapeutics, Bausch/Eyenovia, Ligand/HitGen, Moderna/Merck & Co., Vincera/Bayer, Genentech/Kineta, Selecta/IGAN, RedHill/AstraZeneca, Urovant/Sunovion, Biogen/Scribe, BridgeBio/Eidos, Elevar/Taiba
Genentech’s infectious diseases and immunology dealmaker speaks to Scrip about the significance of following the science when it comes to partnering.
Biopharma financing for the second quarter totaled $12.4 billion, a 25% decrease from Q1 2018. Meanwhile Q2 merger and acquisition deal value reached $101 billion, three-quarters of which came from Takeda's $79 billion takeover of major European player Shire. Alliances – totaling $13.8 billion (a significant decline from the previous quarter's $30.7 billion) – featured large partnerships in the antibody space, the biotechnology industry sector with the highest dollar volume.