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The deal will see Sanofi “acquire all of the outstanding shares of Principia for $100 per share in cash, which represents an aggregate equity value of approximately $3.68 billion”, Sanofi mentioned in an announcement.
Sanofi had been cooperating with San Francisco-based Principia since 2017, securing a worldwide unique licence to develop and market its drug for treating a number of sclerosis and different central nervous system sicknesses generally known as BTK’168.
“Full ownership… removes complexities for this priority development programme and simplifies future commercialisation,” chief govt Paul Hudson mentioned.
Beyond ailments of the nervous system, Principia hopes to develop “a whole portfolio” of comparable medicine that might goal totally different organ programs in sufferers affected by “immune-mediated” ailments after the Sanofi merger, chief govt Martin Babler mentioned.
The French firm mentioned it goals to finish the acquisition between October and December 2020.