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Novartis Snaps Up KRAS Inhibitor R&D

Difficult-To-Target Oncogenic Proteins Yield To Drug Discovery

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Novartis has taken an option on novel inhibitors of the KRAS cell signaling pathway while it funds the drug discovery research at the Cancer Research UK’s Beatson Institute.

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