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Novartis to use gene editing tool with CAR-T therapies

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Executive Summary

Novartis has signed collaboration and licensing agreements with Intellia Therapeutics for the discovery and development of new medicines using the CRISPR genome editing technology. It simultaneously entered a deal with Caribou Biosciences for the development of drug discovery tools in the nascent field.

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