Kriya Raises $270m To Scale Gene Therapy Platform, Move Into The Clinic
Firm Has Raised $450m In Two Years
The start-up is built around four business units – technology, manufacturing, R&D and therapeutics – based on internal and external expertise. Kriya will take its first gene therapies into the clinic in 2023.
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