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Genmab, Lilly Enter DuoBody Platform Pact

By Kristin Brooks | January 14, 2014

To explore Genmab’s DuoBody for creation of antibodies

Genmab has entered a research collaboration with Eli Lilly and Co. for the use Genmab's DuoBody technology platform to create bispecific antibodies. Lilly will initially evaluate the DuoBody technology platform in house. Financial terms were not disclosed. 
 
Jan van de Winkel, Ph.D., chief executive officer of Genmab, commented, “Our DuoBody platform continues to attract strong interest from the pharmaceutical industry and we are pleased to enter our fifth partnership for this innovative bispecific antibody technology. Under this new collaboration, Lilly will evaluate the capabilities and strengths of our DuoBody platform and may consider entering a commercial license agreement if the evaluation is successful.”

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