Den­mark's Gubra to col­lab­o­rate with Bay­er on pep­tides; Sam­sung and Bio­gen re­ceive FDA ap­proval for Lu­cen­tis biosim­i­lar

Dan­ish biotech Gubra an­nounced a re­search col­lab­o­ra­tion and li­cense agree­ment with Bay­er to de­vel­op pep­tide ther­a­peu­tics to treat car­diore­nal dis­eases. The col­lab­o­ra­tion will uti­lize Gubra’s pep­tide drug dis­cov­ery plat­form to iden­ti­fy po­ten­tial can­di­dates.

This is not the first time Gubra has part­nered with a com­pa­ny on pep­tide ther­a­peu­tics — they part­nered with Boehringer In­gel­heim back in 2017 to cre­ate pep­tide ther­a­peu­tics to treat obe­si­ty.

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