AbbVie Buys In On Morphic’s Oral Integrin Inhibitors, To Tune Of $100m
After years of industry unsuccessfully trying to find an oral version of the successful I.V. integrin inhibitors, Morphic has a prolific platform – and AbbVie is paying $100m up front for preclinical oral integrin inhibitors for fibrosis indications, potentially including NASH.
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