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Another victim of the COVID-pandemic, Celgene's $9-per-share contingent value right tied to BMS obtaining approval of three drugs goes unrealized due to FDA travel restrictions slowing down site inspections. Clene goes public, United Therapeutics buys PRV from Y-mAbs.
Plus deals involving LegoChem/Pyxix, Biohaven/Sosei Heptares, Kyowa Kirin/Helsinn, Dr. Reddy’s/Glenmark, Eisai/Wren, KoBioLabs/Kolmar Korea, Y-Biologics/Pierre Fabre, Generex/Chinese consortium.
Public Company Edition: June has seen 14 initial public offerings by drug developers (and one big biopharma funder) after there were only 15 from January through May – and the month isn’t over yet. Follow-on and other offerings also are hitting the market at a rapid pace.
While the main role of SARS-CoV-2 antibody testing is currently limited to determining exposure to the virus in populations, the scientific community is working hard to define the neutralizing properties of the antibodies detected, and the duration of the immune response. As a result, antibody testing could be here to stay for the long term for monitoring populations, testing vaccines and selecting patients for trials of a variety of new therapies to treat numerous conditions.
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