BioRexis Pharmaceutical Corp.
This article was originally published in Start Up
BioRexis Pharmaceutical hopes to solve the problems with protein drugs by exploiting a previously overlooked human protein as a novel protein fusion scaffold. If the company's technology works, BioRexis could build a diverse product pipeline fast, with much lower manufacturing costs and without any outside IP encumbrance.
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