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Private Company Edition: Deerfield is funding a new life science campus. Also, BioFractura gets up to $67.4m in BARDA contract in recent grant and government deal surge, Mission Bay raises a $60m fund and Amphivena closes a $62m VC round.
TNX-1600 joins two other candidates, including Phase III TNX-102 SL, in Tonix’s PTSD portfolio. CureVac and Yale partner on mRNA therapies for pulmonary disease.
The USPTO's PTAB will determine whether UC-Berkeley or Broad Institute holders of CRISPR patents first invented its use in eukaryotic cells. The outcome could either benefit the Berkeley group, which could simplify licensing deals, or maintain the status quo.
Despite being ineligible to license its CRISPR technology for human gene and cell therapy applications, ERS is doing considerable business with biopharmas for internal R&D projects.
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