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Oxford BioMedica earns milestone payment from Pfizer

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Oxford BioMedica, a gene-based biopharmaceutical company, has announced a $1 million milestone payment from Pfizer has been triggered by the entry of PF-06263507, a 5T4-targeted investigational antibody therapy, into human clinical trials.

Oxford BioMedica licensed global rights to develop antibodies targeting the 5T4 tumor antigen for the treatment of cancer to Wyeth (acquired by Pfizer in 2009) in 2001. Pfizer also has non-exclusive rights for the diagnostic use of 5T4 antibodies, including an option for commercialization of a 5T4-based diagnostic. The potential value of Oxford BioMedica’s collaboration with Pfizer is worth up to an additional $27 million, which comprises future milestone payments and license option fees that are subject to the achievement of certain project objectives. 

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