Vanda's Licenses CFTR Modulators From UCSF, But Not For Cystic Fibrosis
Intellectual property licensed from UCSF focuses on non-mutated, wild-type CFTR activators and inhibitors, thought to offer potential in ophthalmic, renal and gastrointestinal indications.
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