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Sanofi's dengue vaccine could debut in 2015

Sanofi's dengue vaccine could debut in 2015

Takeda is also developing a vaccine against dengue fever that was acquired along with other candidates when it took over Inviragen last year in a deal valued at up to $250m.

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  • Takeda buys vaccines specialist Inviragen Takeda buys vaccines specialist Inviragen

    The biopharma company Inviragen, which has operations in the US and Singapore, will receive an upfront payment of $25m, and development and commercial milestones of up to $215m. ... In addition to its dengue vaccine, Takeda will also acquire the rights

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  • Deal Watch table for May 2013 Deal Watch table for May 2013

    UAE based regional company $40m $244m option for 52%. 284. Inviragen/ Takeda.

  • Pharma deals during May 2013 Pharma deals during May 2013

    targets from Abide; Takeda's $250m acquisition of Inviragen; GSK's $325m acquisition of the vaccine platform technology company, Okairos; and BMS's $112m licence for antibody conjugates from Ambrx. Note

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