NMD Pharma Nears Validation For ClC-1 Inhibition With Lead Program In Myasthenia Gravis
Emerging Company Profile: The Danish firm has achieved proof-of-mechanism for its first-in-class CIC-1 inhibitor asset in myasthenia gravis as it advances a pipeline of transformative therapies for rare neuromuscular disorders.
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