Evotec, Roche Ink Drug Discovery Deal

Evotec OAI has entered into a "worldwide discovery chemistry agreement" with Roche, the companies announced on May 12.

This is the fourth chemistry alliance between the two companies since the first one was struck in 2001, when Evotec began supporting Roche at four sites in the design and synthesis of chemical compounds, which Roche added to its compound library for drug screening, the companies said.

In 2003, the companies said they expanded the partnership to encompass medicinal chemistry.

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