MorphoSys Expands Antibody Development Deal with Pfizer Three Years | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — MorphoSys today said it has expanded by three years its collaboration with drug giant Pfizer for the development of antibody therapeutics.
 
The agreement builds upon a deal struck in 2003 scheduled to end in 2008. The new deal extends the collaboration to 2011 and includes a one-off payment from Pfizer, MorphoSys said.
 

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