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GenEditBio closes angel and series pre-A rounds to develop gene-editing tools
Beijing-based GenEditBio, established in 2021, said it has raised dozens of millions of U.S. dollars in angel and Series pre-A funding to develop next-generation gene-editing tools and advance its pipeline.
The financing rounds were led by Qiming Venture Partners and joined by Fangyuan Capital. GenEditBio hopes that by developing next-generation CRISPR tools to make gene editing more efficient and precise and to minimize off-target effects, it will set a patent barrier to stay competitive.
Little is known about the biotech startup for now, except that its founder Zheng Zongli once worked with J.
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