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From Friends To Foes: Tekmira Slaps Partner Alnylam With Lawsuit

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Suit alleges Alnylam stole Tekmira's RNAi delivery technology, but Alnylam dismisses the claims and says its delivery technology falls within its licensing agreement or other partnerships.

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