Assessing Artios: $83m Series B, Big-Name Investors, Nothing In The Clinic
Cambridge, UK-based Artios Pharma attracted several new investors for its over-subscribed series B round in August 2018, but the company is yet to enter the clinic with its DNA repair drug portfolio and has many hurdles ahead to validate its technology. Scrip speaks to investors from LSP and Arix about why preclinical-stage biotechs are getting more attention in 2018.
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