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The Biomedical Advanced Research & Development Authority has committed to supporting two companies’ early-stage development of Zika vaccines. Japan’s Takeda Pharmaceutical will receive $20 million over 18 months to complete preclinical work and a Phase I clinical trial of its inactivated whole-virus vaccine. BARDA is also putting $8 million over four years into similar work at Moderna Therapeutics on its mRNA-based vaccine. BARDA may extend the agreements for another five to six years, putting Takeda in a position to receive up to $311 million and Moderna up to $126 million.
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