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Deals Of The Week: Eisai Shares Full Compound Library In Screening Partnership With JHU

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Academic drug-discovery collaborations with industry usually are limited by restraints companies place on how much of their compound libraries they’ll share in a collaboration. Plus the week’s top deals, including M&A transactions between Teva and NuPathe, and Par Pharmaceuticals and JHP.

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As academic labs fill gaps in discovery work once performed by biopharma companies, Roche is confident that a U.S. consortium of academic drug-discovery units will lead to broader partnerships between industry and academia and within the academy itself. Plus, MedImmune acquires ADC specialist Spirogen and other deals from the past week.

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