BioNTech Signs Rare Disease Co-Development Deal With Genevant & Licenses LNP Platform
BioNTech and Genevant have boosted their clinical ambitions by agreeing a 50/50 co-development, co-commercialization collaboration for five mRNA rare disease programs. BioNTech also secured exclusive licenses to Genevant's LNP drug delivery platform for five oncology programs.
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