Sanofi Will Employ Adagene’s Technology For Precision Targeting In Cancer
Sanofi will pay $17.5m up front to license candidates developed with Adagene’s SAFEbody platform, which can mask antibodies, enabling them to reach cancer targets in the tumor microenvironment.
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