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Endotis Pharma

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Endotis Pharma joins the growing ranks of firms focused on glycoscience, or the science of sugars. Endotis' expertise is twofold: in understanding and regulating protein-sugar interactions, and in synthesizing small sugar-based drugs, or "glycodrugs," which can disrupt these interactions.

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