NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Gene Logic today said it will try to discover new development paths for drug candidates discontinued in clinical trials by Eli Lilly.
 
The candidates were discontinued for reasons other than safety, Gene Logic said.
 
Under the deal, Gene Logic has the option to receive an exclusive license to any drug candidate Eli Lilly decides not to purse. Eli Lilly would receive success-based milestone and royalty payments on those candidates.
 

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