Xention partners its lead atrial fibrillation drug with Servier

Xention and Servier announce a cardiovascular collaboration to further develop a selective Kv1.5 modulator for the treatment of atrial fibrillation.

Please see attached press release for the full announcement.

Xention Limited

Xention Limited
Atrial fibrillation drug development

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www.xention.com

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