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Galapagos Signs With EPA And Ono

April 23, 2007 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 85, ISSUE 17

Galapagos' BioFocus DPI service division has agreed to procure and manage small-molecule compounds for EPA's ToxCast program for the prioritization of environmentally relevant compounds. The five-year contract is valued at up to $6.3 million. BioFocus will create the library at its South San Francisco site, where it also houses a small-molecule repository for NIH's Roadmap initiative. Separately, BioFocus has signed compound supply and medicinal and computational chemistry agreements with Tokyo-based Ono Pharmaceutical. The deals build on a collaboration that began in 2004.

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