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AMT, Amgen amend GDNF gene license agreement Amsterdam Molecular Therapeutics Holding N.V. , a head in the advancement of gene-centered therapies, today announced that it has amended and restated its licensing agreement with Amgen for gene therapy applications incorporating the GDNF gene, to which Amgen holds rights.