Takeda explores computational chemistry leads from Schrödinger in $170M-plus pact; Aeterna Zentaris boots CEO, considers options
→ Takeda is including an in silico discovery pact with Schrödinger to augment its restructured R&D operations. Schrödinger stands to earn up to $170 million per program in the deal, looking to design new chemical entities that the pharma company can take into the clinic. “In this case, Schrödinger is taking the lead role in discovery, with Takeda playing a supporting role, leveraging its in-house structural biology team and therapeutic area expertise,” says Takeda’s Stephen Hitchcock.
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