Galapagos to Acquire Inpharmatica for as Much as $25.4M …
 
Galapagos this week said it plans to acquire Inpharmatica, a UK-based drug discovery database company, in a stock deal potentially worth €19.1 million ($25.4 million).
 
Galapagos said it estimates that Inpharmatica’s ongoing business is worth €6.5 million, the company has €6 million in cash, and has a potential to earn around €6.6 million in milestones.
 

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