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Kite Founder Jakobovits Raises $51m For Off-The-Shelf Startup Adicet; Aprecia Prints $35m

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Add Adicet Bio Inc. to the long and growing list of private biotechnology firms raising venture capital in January, proving that the industry is able to attract investors despite declining stock values for publicly traded drug development companies.

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