Ukoniq Lifts Alembic-Backed Rhizen, India Debut On Cards
Rhizen is entitled to royalties on net sales of US FDA-approved Ukoniq, being commercialized by partner TG Therapeutics, and expects to take the lymphoma treatment to India. CEO suggests the first-in-class PI3K/CK1 epsilon inhibitor, discovered by Rhizen, bests competitors including Bayer's Aliqopa.
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