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May 2021 Top Biopharma Deal: Agenus – BMS for AGEN-1777 Bispecific Anti-TIGIT Antibody for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
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Total Deal Value:
Cost & Profit Split:
- Agenus granted BMS exclusive, worldwide rights to develop and commercialize AGEN-1777 and an undisclosed target as immuno-oncology therapies, including non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
- Agenus will initiate the IND application for AGEN-1777.
- BMS will be responsible for all further development and commercialization.
- Agenus has an exclusive option to develop undisclosed targets and will have an option to co-promote in the U.S.
- Agenus will receive $200M up front and is eligible to receive up to $1.36B in milestones, plus tiered double-digit royalties.
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