Xenotransplantation technology developer eGenesis took its total funding to $263m in a series C round backed by Bayer and Fresenius Medical Care.
US-based gene-editing technology developer eGenesis closed a $125m series C round yesterday that included pharmaceuticals and chemicals producer Bayer and kidney dialysis centre operator Fresenius Medical Care. Bayer subsidiary Leaps by Bayer and Fresnius unit Fresenius Medical Care Ventures were joined by fellow existing investors Arch Venture Partners, Wellington Partners, Khosla Ventures and Alta Partners.…
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