Evotec Sets Empire Building Sights On Infectious Disease Space
As others shun anti-infectives, Evotec is consolidating its position. Through an alliance with Sanofi it is evaluating new anti-infectives in three areas, and expects soon to advance its first candidate therapeutic into the clinic.
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