Roche, Meiji Seika Pharma and Fedora have entered into a license agreement for the development and commercialization of OP0595, a beta-lactamase inhibitor in phase I clinical development.
Roche obtains worldwide rights from both companies for development and commercialization with the exception of Japan, where Meiji will retain sole commercialization rights.
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Beta-lactamase inhibitors restore or potentiate the activity of beta-lactam antibiotics.
The combination of OP0595 with a beta-lactam antibiotic targets severe infections caused by Enterobacteriaceae, including multi-drug-resistant strains.
Meiji and Fedora will receive upfront plus development, regulatory and sales event milestone payments totaling potentially up to $750 million.
In addition, Meiji and Fedora are entitled to receive tiered royalties on sales of products originating from this collaboration.
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