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RXi Pharmaceuticals Bolsters Strength of Dermatology Intellectual Property Estate Following Granting of Patent From USPTO
"Robust clinical data and strong IP are key elements to successful pharmaceutical development and commercialization," said Dr.
About RXi's Dermatology Franchise
RXi announced in January 2018 that it would exclusively focus on developing the next generation of immuno-oncology therapeutics based on its self-delivering RNAi therapeutic platform. As such, it is actively seeking to partner or out-license both its Dermatology and Ophthalmology Franchises.
Each of these Franchises is comprised of a number of preclinical and clinical-stage assets broadly covered by a robust intellectual property estate. To obtain more information about these assets, contact RXi's Director of Business Development, Dr. James Cardia at firstname.lastname@example.org
About RXi Pharmaceuticals
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