ProMetic, Instituto de Tecnologia do Parana (Tecpar), Genetic Technologies, UTEK, International Stem Cell, University of California | GenomeWeb
ProMetic Signs $19M Tech Transfer and Licensing Deal with Brazilian Institute
 
ProMetic Life Sciences last week announced that it has signed a $19 million technology transfer and licensing agreement with the Instituto de Tecnologia do Parana (Tecpar) of Brazil to locally manufacture a biopharmaceutical product for the Brazilian domestic market and for other South American countries.
 

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