Asia Deal Watch: Innovent Picks Up Asian Rights To Three Clinical Cancer Candidates From Incyte
Incyte gets $40m up front and can earn up to $351.5m in milestones pegged to a Phase III JAK1 inhibitor and a pair of Phase II candidates. Shionogi obtains Asian rights to an allosteric inhibitor for cognitive disorders from Tetra.
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