Benitec Licenses Calando Delivery Technology For Hep C as It Looks Beyond Expressed RNAi | GenomeWeb

Arrowhead Research subsidiary Calando Pharmaceuticals has exclusively licensed the rights to use its proprietary polymeric nucleic acid delivery technology to Benitec for use in the development of an RNAi-based hepatitis C therapy, the parent company said this week.

Under the terms of the deal, Calando will receive an upfront payment, as well as milestones and royalties from a commercialized product. Additional terms were not disclosed.

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