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Ahead of the usual flurry of deal-making in January, Roche gets retinal cell therapy candidate from Lineage Cell Therapeutics, Pfizer subsidiary Amplyx licenses antiviral candidate to Vera, and GSK expands neurology tie-up with Ligand.
Scrip takes a look back at the milestone events in the South Korean pharma and biotech industry in 2021 and ahead at what's in store for the coming year, which has kicked off with speculation around a major potential M&A deal.
The Swiss giant is paying up to $1.5bn upfront to get hold of Gyroscope's AAV2-based one-time investigational gene therapy for geographic atrophy, an advanced form of dry AMD that leads to irreversible vision loss.
The 2021 collaboration between Abbvie and Regenxbio to develop an anti-VEGF gene therapy for chronic retinal diseases is a noteworthy deal in the gene therapy space. But for both clinical and commercial reasons, it is a one-off opportunity and not an indicator of the overall potential of gene therapies to address eye diseases. Interest in optogenetics, however, which is the introduction of light-sensing genes into cells in the eye to restore vison, may be on the rise.
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