Deals of the Week: Ante Up For Antisense, Pharma Places Another Isis Bet
The biotech brings Roche on as its seventh biopharma partner, building on the more than $5 billion in potential partnership revenue the biotech had already amassed. If all goes as planned, Isis will add five marketed products within the next five years to the newly approved Kynamro. But Wall Street doesn’t expect Isis’ revenues to increase much anytime soon. Plus more notable deals this week…
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