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Jubilant Biosys Issues License to its Kinase ChemBiobases to Eisai

NEW YORK, April 29 (GenomeWeb News) - Jubilant Biosys has issued a global license to its Kinase ChemBiobases to Japan-based Eisai, the firm said yesterday. The license was issued through Patacore, Jubilant's agency in Japan.

 

Jubilant's Kinase ChemBiobase is a manually curated database of small molecules that focuses on kinase targets.

The Scan

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