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Antheia | August 13, 2021
Antheia, a synthetic biology company enabling next-generation plant-inspired medicines, and Ginkgo Bioworks, which is building the leading horizontal platform for cell programming, today announced a partnership to accelerate the development and production of essential medicines. Ginkgo, which recently announced a business combination with Soaring Eagle Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: SRNG), serves customers across industries seeking to develop new and better products. Antheia plans to leverage Ginkgo...
BioSpace | March 12, 2020
Cambridge, Mass.-based Kymera Therapeutics closed a $102 million Series C funding round to continue advancing the company’s lead targeted protein degradation asset for oncology and immunology. Kymera's lead program targets IRAK4, a protein that is known to play a significant role in inflammation that is mediated by toll-like and IL-1 receptors. Kymera aims to advance its IRAK4 degrader program in a variety of autoinflammatory and autoimmune diseases, as well as in precision-medicine ta...
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Anuva and Helix | August 30, 2022
Anuva enters into its next stage of growth focused on creating the most diverse Genomic Bio / Data Bank at scale. To enable this, Anuva is entering into a global strategic partnership with Helix, the leading population genomics and viral surveillance company in the United States.
Anuva will be generating new knowledge on health and disease, directly applicable to treatments, on diverse under-represented populations to advance drug discovery through the identification of novel targ...
BioSpace | March 02, 2020
Two years after Cambridge, Mass.-based Akrevia Therapeutics launched, the company has rebranded itself as Xilio Therapeutics and secured $100.5 million in a Series B financing round that will be used to advance its lead therapeutic candidates into clinical studies. The financing will be used to progress Xilio’s first two therapeutic candidates, XTX201 (tumor-selective IL-2) and XTX101 (tumor-selective aCTLA4 mAb) through Investigational New Drug (IND) enabling studies and into Phase I clin...
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