DEALS: Pfizer, BMS ink billion dollar deal

Pfizer, BMS ink billion dollar deal







Bristol-Myers Squibb

$1B deal

Pfizer has agreed to pay $250 million up front and up to $750 million in milestones to partner with BMS on apixaban, a blood clot therapy that has demonstrated promising efficacy and could go on to become a successor for Coumadin.



$156M acquisition

Australia's Peptech is acquiring rival antibody therapeutics player EvoGenics in a cash/shares deal worth $156 million.


Isis Pharmaceuticals

Development deal

The companies collaborate on the discovery, development and commercialization of antisense drugs targeting the gene PCSK9 for cardiovascular disease.


Sangamo BioSciences

Research and licensing agreement

Sangamo BioSciences will provide Genentech with its zinc finger DNA-binding protein technology along with ZFP nucleases to generate cell lines with characteristics for protein pharmaceutical production purposes.

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