Ligon Discovery, Lycera Partner to Develop Drugs for Immune Disorders | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Harvard spinout Ligon Discovery will work with pharmaceutical maker Lycera to identify first-in-class drug candidates for immune disorders, the company said last week.

Under the terms of the deal, Cambridge, Mass.-based Ligon will use its small-molecule microarray, or SMM, platform to screen protein targets that Lycera believes are critical to the development of certain immune disorders.

Financial terms of the pact were not discussed.

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