Jan 4 (Reuters) – Arvinas LLC:
* ARVINAS ANNOUNCES RESEARCH COLLABORATION AND LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH PFIZER INC. FOR THE DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT OF PROTEIN DEGRADATION DRUG CANDIDATES
* ANNOUNCED A RESEARCH COLLABORATION AND LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH PFIZER INC
* ARVINAS SAYS MAY RECEIVE UP TO $830 MILLION IN UPFRONT AND POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AND COMMERCIALIZATION MILESTONE PAYMENTS UPON ACHIEVEMENT OF SPECIFIED MILESTONES
* CO MAY BE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE TIERED ROYALTIES BASED ON GLOBAL PRODUCT SALES ON ANY PRODUCTS THAT MAY RESULT FROM COLLABORATION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
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