Genexine, ToolGen Merger Collapses Amid Stock Drops, But Collaboration Still Planned
The planned merger between Genexine and ToolGen, which was poised to create a major Korean biotech entity, has collapsed amid recent generally weak investor sentiment over the sector. But the two sides will maintain their collaborations for new drug development going forward, with a focus on gene and cell therapies.
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