Sol-Gel will receive a non-refundable payment, licensing fees, milestone payments, and royalties on future net sales. The US company will finance the product's development.
Sol-Gel already has a $25 million dermatology drug development and licensing agreement with the same company.
Sol-Gel CEO Dr. Alon Seri-Levy and Prof. David Avnir of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem founded the company in 1997 based on micro-encapsulation performed through silica chemical processes. Based in Ness Ziona, it develops dermatology drugs delivered by patented systems designed to enhance the efficacy and safety of topical drugs. The company has five products in its pipeline, ranging from the preclinical stage through the registration stage for its acne treatment.
Seri-Levy said, "This repeat collaboration reinforces Sol-Gel’s position as a leading player in the development of encapsulation technologies for application to topical drug products."
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