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Servier and Aureus Expand License to Include GPCR Database

NEW YORK, March 1 (GenomeWeb News) -

 Servier has renewed its license to Aureus' AurScope ADME/DDI and expanded the license to include AurScope GPCR, Aureus said today.

 

The original license dates to 2002. Since then the two companies have collaborated to develop and enhance the AurScope ADME/DDI, Aureus said.

 

Financial terms were not disclosed.

The Scan

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