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Asia Deal Watch: Takeda, Eisai Team With Non-Profit On Review Of Novel Targets For Antibiotics

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The Japanese pharmaceutical companies will work with the Global Antibiotic Research and Development Partnership on screening targets for utility against WHO-listed priority pathogens. Avacta and LG Chem collaborate around the former’s Affimer technology.

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