Ranibizumab Developer Xbrane Renegotiates IP Agreement In Landmark Year
Signs Fresh Terms With Vaxiion Therapeutics
With plans to obtain EU and US marketing authorizations for its Xlucane ranibizumab biosimilar, Xbrane has renegotiated a pre-existing intellectual property licensing agreement with Vaxiion Therapeutics, including the payment of royalties through February 2024.
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