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Sanofi to establish mRNA vaccine center with 400 employees

Sanofi Pasteur will launch a dedicated center for research into and the development, production and quality control of mRNA vaccines. The center will have 400 employees and an annual budget of around DKK 3bn.

The vaccine division of the pharmaceutical company Sanofi is now betting everything it has on becoming a leading actor in the market for mRNA vaccines, according to a Tuesday press release.

The company plans to establish a new center with 400 employees which will carry out all processes involving the mRNA vaccines including research, development, production and quality control.

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