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Private Company Edition: With academic muscle, Google cash and nanoparticles, and various CRISPR licenses, Verve will develop gene-editing therapies for coronary heart disease prevention. Also, Vividion raises an $82m series B and two Belgian companies bring in $77.8m in VC cash.
Bayer will collaborate with start-up Hope Medicine to develop antibody therapies targeting the PRL receptor. WARF and Sanford Burnham Prebys partner on translational research.
Private Company Edition: General Partner Clay Thorp says the venture capital firm's longtime focus on seed and early-stage investments is unchanged and bolstered by market fundamentals. Also, Talaris and insitro each raised $100m Series A rounds, plus other financings.
Anthos premiers with $250m from Blackstone and cardiovascular disease assets and expertise from Novartis, while Maze brings in $191m for drugs that target gene modifiers. In public company financings, Sage raises $575m ahead of Zulresso approval decision.
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