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West Nile vaccine (CRXL)

Johnson & Johnson

Drug Names(s): PER.C6-based West Nile virus vaccine

Description: The West Nile virus vaccine (CRXL) is an inactivated whole virus. The West Nile virus is grown on PER.C6 cells and then inactivated for application in the vaccine.

Deal Structure: In October 2010, Johnson & Johnson and Crucell announced an agreement whereby Johnson & Johnson, through an affiliate, would acquire all outstanding equity of Crucell that it does not already own for approximately Euro 1.75 billion in a recommended cash tender offer. The acquisition was declared unconditional and completed in February 2011.

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