Incyte Adds PD-1 Inhibitor To Its Promising IDO With MacroGenics Deal
Incyte's potential $900m licensing agreement with MacroGenics for its clinical-stage checkpoint inhibitor is considered a strong strategic move for Incyte, with the PD-1 inhibitor, MGA012, likely to become a cornerstone of its immune-oncology combination cancer therapies.
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