MAP Pharma reports late-stage migraine success; Indian biotech business booming again;

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> MAP Pharmaceuticals says that its late-stage migraine therapy Levadex hit all four co-primary endpoints, demonstrating the drug could work regardless of when it was administered during the migraine cycle. The drug also met several secondary endpoints and was well tolerated. MAP release

> An Indian trade group reports that the country's biotech business has tripled its total revenue in the past five years. And Biocon has reclaimed its position as the industry leader. Story

> Santaris Pharma and miRagen Therapeutics have formed a strategic alliance to develop microRNA-targeted medicines for cardiovascular disease. Santaris release

> The Max Planck Society has broken ground in its new, 100,000-square-foot research complex in Florida. The state of Florida and Palm Beach County are investing $181 million in Max Planck. Report

> The FDA has cancelled a panel review of Lux Biosciences' New Drug Application for voclosporin on June 28. Release

> Shares of Bioniche Life Sciences surged after the Canadian biopharma announced a global veterinary license pact with Trophogen, a U.S.-based biotech. Release

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