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The role of biopharma start-ups in bringing innovative therapies to the market has grown enormously. These waves of new specialist companies often have the most innovative approaches to targeting a disease, and big pharma has become increasingly reliant on their fresh ideas to power pipelines.
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After raising nearly $330m this year, via a financing and IPO, the company is gearing up for a first-in-human trial using its platform technology.
Biotech gets $190m up front in partnership that will discover small molecule RNA-targeted therapies against a range of targets selected by Roche. Arrakis thinks its technology can drug difficult-to-reach targets.
As rival Phase III gene therapy trials get underway, Sarepta’s product could have the edge in safety and efficacy over its rival from Pfizer, but the chance of failure remains high.