Pfizer could pay Gensia up to $50 mil. for adenosine regulating technology for analgesia.
PFIZER BACKING GENSIA ADENOSINE REGULATING TECHNOLOGY WITH UP TO $50 MIL. in the development of broad-spectrum analgesic agents for the treatment of acute and chronic pain, Gensia announced May 6. The collaboration will focus on a subgroup of adenosine regulating agents that may represent a new class of analgesics different from nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and narcotic analgesics, Gensia said.
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