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Astellas enters into strategic collaboration with Kyoto University

Japanese pharmaceutical company Astellas has entered into a strategic alliance agreement with Kyoto University subsidiary on the development and promotion of research results from Japanese Universities.

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In the future, pharmaceutical company Astella will assist Japanese Universities with the detection, support and promotion of research from Japanese universities.

This is part of an alliance between the Japanese pharmaceutical company and the company Kyoto icap, which is a subsidiary of Kyoto University and works towards attracting investments for researchers at the university.

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