Adimab Inks Novo, Biogen Deals, On Track to Double Partnered Programs for Second Straight Year
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Antibody discovery outfit Adimab LLC has added two big biotechs to its stable of partners and promises a shift in partnering strategy for 2012.
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