Adello’s Filgrastim Biosimilar Faces Infringement Lawsuit And Potential Regulatory Delay
US FDA user fee date for privately held company’s 351(k) application referencing Amgen’s Neupogen may have passed without word of a regulatory action; Amgen sued Adello in March alleging infringement of 17 patents covering the innovator product.
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