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BIOCORP Signs an Agreement with Merck KGaA to Co-develop New Bluetooth-Enabled Drug Delivery Device

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BIOCORP Signs an Agreement with Merck KGaA to Co-develop New Bluetooth-Enabled Drug Delivery Device

BIOCORP Signs an Agreement with Merck KGaA to Co-develop New Bluetooth-Enabled Drug Delivery Device

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  • BIOCORP will receive ~$4.85M for the product development within the first 3yrs. of the collaboration along with additional revenues of ~$7.76M during the first 5yrs. after launch, following completion of milestones & adoption of Mallya devices
  • The companies collaborated to develop & supply a specific version of a Mallya device/ Mallya is a pen injector clip-on device with Bluetooth capabilities that records the dose & timing of each inj. and transmits that data in real time to companion software 
  • The device received a CE mark while the commercial insulin pen injectors are distributed in the EU & other regions. BIOCORP signed agreements with Sanofi, Novo Nordisk & Merck KGaA to develop specialized versions of the technology for insulin & HGH

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Neha

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