Ribonexus, Pierre Fabre sign licensing agreement on small molecules targeting eIF4A

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Ribonexus (previously Aglaia Therapeutics) and French pharmaceutical group Pierre Fabre signed an exclusive license agreement on a series of Pierre Fabre-patented small molecules targeting the eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4A (eIF4A). This target is highly expressed in a variety of solid and hematologic cancers, including melanoma, and associated with resistance to many current therapies.

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