Anti-CGRP antibodies for migraine turn industry heads

Authors:  Suzanne Elvidge
Source: Nature Biotechnology 32, 707 (7 Aug 2014)

In June, Teva of Petach Tikva, Israel, paid $200 million in cash and $625 million in future milestones to acquire Labrys Biologics of San Mateo, California. The Israeli drug maker wanted to get its hands on LBR-101, the biotech’s preventive treatment for migraines and its only asset. LBR-101, a humanized monoclonal a…

Download and read entire article at Nature Biotechnology.