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Tech Transfer Roundup: Mustang, Juno Advance Efforts With Immuno-Oncology

While Mustang was acquiring CAR-T intellectual property from Harvard and Juno licensed gamma-secretase inhibitor IP from OncoTracker and Fred Hutchinson for use with its CAR-Ts, Ocugen and Tamid licensed gene therapy research for ophthalmic uses.

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Pacts In Medtech: November/December 2016

Derived from Strategic Transactions, Informa’s premium source for tracking life-sciences deals, this new bimonthly Pacts In Medtech column pulls up notable technology alliances, R&D partnerships and commercial collaborations. This month we highlight deals announced in November and December 2016.

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Straightforward Surgery Advances Drug Delivery To The Brain

Adopting an established endoscopic nasal grafting technique, researchers at Mass Eye and Ear have shown the ability to deliver a drug across the blood-brain barrier effectively and with reduced side effects. Their work could move rapidly into clinical testing in neurodegenerative diseases and could form the basis for delivering a wide range of existing drugs as well as new compounds whose development is predicated on use of the technique.

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Deals of the Week Takes Stock In M&A

Do high biotech share prices portend stock-heavy deal-making in lieu of all-cash transactions? Also, Biogen shares the risk with Eisai in an Alzheimer’s deal, while newly public Genocea and cell therapy specialist NeoStem both teamed with Harvard researchers.

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