Deal Watch: Celgene Joins Line Of Partners Tapping Exscientia’s AI-Driven Discovery Engine
While the proposed Bristol/Celgene merger nears an April vote, Celgene continues a recent spate of deal-making, paying $25m up front to Exscientia to discover small molecule candidates for cancer and autoimmune disease.
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