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Sanofi and Vect-Horus collaborate to transport therapeutic antibodies into brain

Posted on 20 January 2015

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VECT-HORUS announced the signing of a scientific collaboration agreement with SANOFI.

The goal of this collaboration is to use VECT-HORUS' proprietary technology to transport therapeutic antibodies into the brain for the treatment of a neurodegenerative disease.

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The agreement with SANOFI is part of VECT-HORUS' framework strategy, which is to use its proprietary technology to enter into R&D agreements with biopharmaceutical companies to generate patentable new chemical entities, based on the vectorization of their drug candidates.

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