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Big pharma seeks Wisconsin biotech partnerships

Fitchburg, Wis. - Under pressure from expiring patents, generic drugs, and increasing costs of finding and developing new drugs, big pharmaceutical companies are increasingly turning to innovative biotechnology companies to outsource specific scientific development efforts and produce new business opportunities.

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Local bioscience firms seek deals

Many biopharmaceutical companies are established on the basis that they will partner with pharmaceutical companies. For instance, Mithridion, Inc., a firm seeking to develop drugs for Alzheimer's disease, aims to develop drug candidates in house, manage Phase I and II clinical trials with the help o......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 12/05/06


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