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Building on research by Dana-Farber professor Wayne Marasco, the partners are backing a bispecific approach to CAR-Ts in solid tumors. Seelos licenses a Parkinson’s gene therapy candidate from Duke.
Shionogi licenses US commercial rights for OIC drug to BioDelivery and rights in three EU markets to Sandoz. Tessa will test its T-cell therapy with Merck’s Keytruda in cervical cancer.
The start-up incubated by Atlas Venture is focused on the delivery of nucleic acids and other molecules to skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscles. The Series A round will allow Dyne to take its lead program for myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) into the clinic.
A review of tech transfer deals over 10 years shows that licensees often protect their value positions to limit royalties paid out to licensors. Meanwhile, licensors often protect their future rights with language recognizing that additional parties may be involved in producing a final product.
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