Tech Transfer Roundup: Amicus Adds Gene Therapy Technology In UPenn Partnership
Amicus announced its ambitions in gene therapy last year, recently purchased Celenex and 10 pipeline candidates, and now partners with Penn on gene therapies. Celltrion is collaborating with Emory in atherosclerosis therapies.
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While Amicus will transfer the gene therapy portfolio’s R&D risk to Caritas, it retains a financial interest in many of the spinout’s programs. Pompe candidate AT-GAA accepted for FDA review.
The rare disease specialist gained 10 gene therapy programs with the acquisition of Celenex, including two in clinical-stage development for Batten disease, in exchange for $100m up front. President Bradley Campbell talked to Scrip about the process that led to the deal and next steps for development.
Plus deals involving Novo Nordisk/Neomorph, Mabwell/Jiangsu Haibo, Alteogen/Merck & Co., Gilead/Biocytogen, AlphaGen/ARTBIO and XOMA/Kinnate.