SynOx Seeks Solution For TGCT With Roche Antibody
Series A Raises €37m
The UK's Celleron has attracted a "blue chip suite of investors" to an Irish-domiciled spin-off based on the potential of Roche-developed emactuzumab for TGCT, a debilitating orphan disease that causes joint damage and has limited clinical options.
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