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Licensing deals and partnerships carried the day during another hectic J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. Pfizer racked up its third deal of the week in a cancer collaboration with Dren Bio.
Despite no mega-deals (yet), the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference’s first day brings the usual flurry of deals, including a pair of tie-ups each for Bristol and Pfizer. BioNTech moves into cancer with Crescendo.
Heading into the J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference, pharmas have been focusing on discovery alliances. J&J’s deals look into novel tissue-targeted drugs, ionic liquid delivery technology and cancer vaccine R&D. Lilly teams with Entos on novel methods for delivering neurology drugs.
Plus deals involving GC Cell/Rivaara Immune, Sperogenix/Santhera, EOFlow/Zihipp, Grand/ITM, Tasly/Sutro, LegoChem/Iksuda, Nuance/Aerogen, Frontier/AffiRiS and Piramal/Yapan.
Ahead of the usual flurry of deal-making in January, Roche gets retinal cell therapy candidate from Lineage Cell Therapeutics, Pfizer subsidiary Amplyx licenses antiviral candidate to Vera, and GSK expands neurology tie-up with Ligand.
Plus deals involving Sun's SPARC/Visiox, Twist/Sosei, BeiGene, Leads Biolabs, Qilu/Arbutus, Hansoh/Keros, Simcere/Avilex and Cytokinetics/Ji Xing.
BioMarin teams with Skyline on gene therapies for cardiovascular disease. Myrtelle discloses licensing of gene therapy for Canavan disease from Pfizer earlier in 2021.
Chinese firm RareStone licenses Rhythm’s Imcivree in greater China and will help enroll label-expansion studies for the drug. Omeros sells ophthalmic surgery drug Omidria and its commercial team to Rayner Surgical Group.
Astellas inks agreement with Dyno Therapeutics for access to its CapsidMap platform for novel AAV vectors. Taiho takes option to Arcus TIGIT-targeted antibody candidates.
French pharma makes $180m equity investment in Owkin under collaboration targeting four cancer types. Pyramid gets global license to MPS1 precision cancer candidate from Voronoi.
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Plus deals involving Moderna/Metagenomi, Agomab/Origo, Selecta/Ginkgo, Teva/MODAG, Boehringer Ingelheim/Thoeris and X-Chem/ComInnex/Glamorous AI.
I-Mab sets commercial plans with Sinopharm for felzartamab in multiple myeloma. Legochem and Antengene team up on antibody-drug conjugates, Luoxin licenses respiratory drug from Marinomed.
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