DSM Biologics and Crucell Enter Licensing Deal

Bryner, Michelle
August 2007
Chemical Week;8/1/2007, Vol. 169 Issue 26, p19
Trade Publication
The article reports that DSM Biologics and Crucell of Leiden, the Netherlands have entered into an agreement to license a manufacturing technology based on the companies' jointly developed PER.C6 cell line, to LFB Biotechnologies of Paris, France. LFB will use the licensed technology to develop undisclosed antibodies. The companies will also evaluate the potential for a joint collaboration to develop sugar structures on recombinant antibodies using a proprietary technology of LFB.


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