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GSK takes equity stake in Spero, and global rights to tebipenem except for certain Asian markets. Merck KGaA gets rights to Nerviano’s next-generation PARP inhibitor for cancer.
Plus deals involving Takeda/Puma, SillaJen/Basilea, Celltrion/Abpro, METiS/Voronoi, Yuhan/AtoGen, Biocytogen/FineImmune and Avance/C3.
Plus deals with Synaffix/Emergence, Helsinn/Juniper and Sanyou/Shanghai KangaBio, while Takeda/Finch and Dong-A/Beactica ended prior collaborations.
Plus deals involving Glaukos/iVeena, Daré/Hennepin Life Sciences, Prevail/Lacerta, Chugai/Noile-Immune, Horizon/Q32, EpiAxis/Peptilogics and more.
Plus deals involving Shionogi/ Grünenthal, CR Biopharma/ImmVira, Elevation Oncology/CSPC, Everest Medicines/TTY Biopharm and Dr. Reddy’s/Slayback
Less than two year after going public by a SPAC merger, Gemini will reverse merge with hematology-focused Disc. Bristol Myers Squibb and GentiBio will join forces on Treg development for inflammatory bowel disorders.
Cidara gets $30m up front for US rights to the weekly echinocandin candidate for candidemia and invasive candidiasis. Takeda walks away from oncolytic virus candidate licensed from Turnstone.
Rona hopes technology acquired from Sanofi will enhance its RNA capabilities in liver and non-liver indications. NeuroFront gets Greater China and Singapore rights to Novaremed’s neuropathic pain drug.
French AI-driven drug design firm will employ multiple technology platforms in latest tie-ups. Apellis looks to augment Empaveli-led portfolio in C3 complement R&D alliance with Affilogic.
F-star's novel bispecific technology attracts Sino Biopharma-affiliated acquisition, Shionogi agreement with GARDP brings antibiotic cefiderocol to 135 countries, deal with WinHealth covering Greater China expands Quoin’s licensing of Netherton syndrome candidate to 60 nations, Kyorin and CellGenTech team up in Fabry disease.
Biosimilar licensing agreement also includes option on Yervoy-based product. Oxford BioTherapeutics, ImmunoGen pair their technologies for development of novel cancer ADCs.
Astellas subsidiary Xyphos will partner with GO to discover novel antibodies against two glycoprotein targets. SciNeuro picks up abandoned GSK programs in cardiovascular medicine for potential use in the neurodegeneration space.
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