Structuring Protein-Specific Life Science Partnerships

Law360 (February 2, 2021, 6:21 PM EST) -- During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have undoubtedly become familiar with SARS-CoV-2's infamous spike protein. The well-known mRNA vaccines for the virus are designed to teach our cells how to make a harmless piece of the spike protein in order to elicit the creation of certain antibodies; those antibodies are what will protect us in the event that the real virus enters our bodies.

While the rapid discovery and development of such mRNA vaccines are certainly remarkable, the focus on particular proteins in the context of drug discovery and development is common.

Indeed, such efforts frequently focus on particular...

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