MorphoSys Receives Clinical Milestone for Start of Phase 1 Trial
News Oct 20, 2016
MorphoSys AG has announced that it has received a milestone payment from Novartis in connection with the initiation of a phase 1 clinical trial with a novel HuCAL antibody. The antibody will be tested in the field of cancer. Financial details were not disclosed.
"This is the 13th therapeutic antibody based on MorphoSys's technologies that Novartis is evaluating in clinical trials, thus making our collaboration one of the most successful antibody alliances in our industry" commented Dr. Marlies Sproll, Chief Scientific Officer of MorphoSys AG.
"During the course of this year, the MorphoSys pipeline has further matured and currently includes more programs in clinical trials than ever before. This reflects the great value of both MorphoSys's technology and the resulting products, in our partnered as well as proprietary pipeline."
MorphoSys's clinical pipeline now comprises 28 clinical programs. Two of them are in phase 3, 15 in phase 2 and 11 in phase 1. Novartis has currently 13 HuCAL antibodies in clinical development, of which six are in phase 2 and seven in phase 1.
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