Indian Companies Find US Partners For COVID-19 Vaccines
Serum, Aurobindo, Bharat In Separate Pacts
Serum Institute has struck a partnership with Dynavax and Aurobindo Pharma with US-based company COVAXX for new vaccine candidates while Bharat Biotech has tied up with Ocugen to explore marketing of its existing contender, Covaxin, in the US.
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