Bio-Thera And Intract Partner For Oral mAb Project
Chinese Biosimilars Specialist Licenses Soteria And Phloral Drug Delivery Technologies
Chinese biosimilars specialist Bio-Thera Solutions has struck a licensing deal with Intract Pharma that will give it access to drug delivery technologies that will be used to develop novel oral monoclonal antibody treatments for gastrointestinal inflammatory indications.
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