Magazine Article | February 7, 2018

Deal Building From Testing The Water To Hitting The Market

Source: Life Science Leader

By Suzanne Elvidge, Contributing Writer
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In 2017, UK-based gene and cell therapy company Oxford BioMedica won a key contract from Novartis to provide the commercial and clinical supply of lentiviral vectors used to produce Big Pharma’s CAR-T cell therapy Kymriah (tisagenlecleucel). The deal could be worth upwards of $100 million over its three-year span.

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