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Intra-Cellular raises $60m, goes public in reverse merger

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Intra-Cellular Therapies raised $60m in a private sale of common stock and became a public company through a reverse merger into an inactive publicly-traded shell corporation to finance the development of drugs to treat central nervous system disorders.

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