Deal Watch: Bristol Teams Up With Insitro, Sensyne In AI-Directed Collaborations
Pharma pays $50m up front to tap insitro’s in vitro modeling technology, partners with Sensyne Health in blood disorders. Lilly’s COVID-19 partner AbCellera teams with Kodiak in ophthalmology R&D.
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India expert panel decides not to back Lilly’s bamlanivimab as a COVID-19 therapy, at least for now, under the accelerated approval route and without local trials, but the US firm is still pursuing an authorization request. Physicians underscore the need for more data on important patient outcomes for the antibody product.
Private Company Edition: Venture capital financings didn’t take a break during Thanksgiving week. In addition to the $800m Resilience raised to fund manufacturing services, SomaLogic closed a $121m series A round to fund its proteomic tools for drug discovery and diagnostics development.