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By Doug Macron

Miragen Therapeutics this week announced that it has partnered three preclinical microRNA drug programs in cardiovascular disease, including its two lead efforts, with France's Les Laboratoires Servier in a deal valued at $45 million over three years.

The transaction gives Servier the rights to the drugs in all territories outside of the US and Japan, and could be worth up to $1 billion to Miragen if all clinical and commercial milestones are met.

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