December 9, 2013

Kolltan licenses antibodies from founder

New Haven biopharma Kolltan Pharmaceuticals said it has licensed antibody technology developed by one of its founders and a member of its scientific advisory board.

The so-called anti-KIT receptor tyrosine kinase antibodies were developed in the labs of Joseph Schlessinger at Yale University — a Kolltan founder — and Sachdev Sidu, a geneticist at the University of Toronto and Kolltan adviser.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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