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BioAtla a San Diego-Beijing biotech, out-licensed greater China rights for two of its products to Himalaya Therapeutics SEZC, a majority owned subsidiary of BioAtla. BioAtla develops Conditionally Active Biologic (CAB) oncology treatments. In exchange for a minority equity position in Himalaya, Beijing Sinobioway contributed all of its China rights to existing and future CAB candidates, which were part of its 2015 collaboration with BioAtla. Because China's regulatory system now accepts US data more readily, joint US-China development is more efficient, BioAtla said. More details....
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