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Enzon and Hisun Announce Strategic Alliance for PEGylation Technology in China

publication date: May 8, 2012
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Enzon and Zhejiang Hisun today announced a strategic alliance for the development of therapeutics using Enzon's Customized PEGylation Linker Technology. The agreement also included Hisun licensing China rights for Enzon’s novel anti-cancer drug, PEG-SN38. Enzon will receive an upfront fee, milestone payments and high single-digit royalties on net sales while retaining ex-China rights. Detailed financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. More details…

Stock symbol: (NASDAQ: ENZN; SSE: 600267)

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