NeuroVive’s recent Q217 report described R&D activities progressing according to plan. The company is preparing for the next clinical studies with the two most advanced assets – NeuroSTAT for traumatic brain injury and KL1333 for genetic mitochondrial disorders. With regard to the portfolio for out-licensing, NeuroVive indicated that discussions with potential partners for NV556 (NASH and liver tumours) will be initiated in the autumn, although partnering is usually a rather lengthy process. We value NeuroVive at SEK1.4bn (SEK27.0/share) vs SEK1.5bn previously.

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