Retrophin Bolsters Portfolio With Orphan Technologies Buyout
The rare disease-focused firm will pay $90m up front to acquire Orphan Technologies and its Phase I/II enzyme replacement therapy for homocystinuria. Earnouts up to $427m are possible as well.
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