Shionogi, a top 50 big pharma company will take a 10 percent stake in Viiv Healthcare, a AIDS drug joint venture between GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer in a pharma partnering pact, in exchange for its rights to the drug Dolutegravir.
Shionogi, which will retain intellectual property rights to the drug, will gain one Viiv board seat and receive royalties of 15 percent to 19 percent on sales of Dolutegravir and related products.
Financial terms of the pharma partnering pact were not disclosed.
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