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Deals involving Hoth/Voltron, Vir/Xencor, Akers/Premas, WPD/CNS address coronavirus outbreak. Separately, Roche and Forge hope to develop a novel antibiotic for Gram-negative infections using the LpxC enzyme.
Aimmune CEO Jayson Dallas tells the Pink Sheet how physicians and patients are being certified to use Palforzia and how the product's food-based manufacturing process is actually an advantage.
Deal news from Bayer, Nuvisan, Inamed, BioMotiv, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Collegium, Assertio, Merck & Co., KalVista, Atreca, Coda, Attenua, Aimmune, Xencor, EyePoint, Equinox, Allergan, Nestle, Zealand, Valeritas…
Public Company Edition: Five out of six drug developers and a CRO have seen their values spike immediately after going public this month. Also, Moderna floats a $500m offering, Revance proposes a $20m note sale, and Nestle invests another $200m in Aimmune.
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