Vaccitech Will Seek Partners For Its Universal Flu Vaccine
Vaccitech's potential universal flu vaccine based on prime-boost technology is in early clinical trials in the UK, with partners likely to be sought for later-stage clinical studies; the company has just raised £20m in a Series A round from private investors that included Google's VC arm, GV, and Sequoia China.
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