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Engineered T-Cell Company Raises $56m And Lands New CEO

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The UK's next-generation engineered T-cell immunotherapy company Autolus Ltd. has raised £40m ($56m) in a Series B financing that includes the first investment by the new UK investment firm, Perceptive Bioscience Investments Ltd., and funding from Woodford Investment Management LLP. The round brings Autolus's total funding to a respectable £70m in less than two years.

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