Russian Sovereign Fund Rusnano Invests $20 Million In CoDa Therapeutics
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Wound healing company CoDa Therapeutics is the first Domain portfolio company to benefit from the venture capital firm’s new, $760 million partnership with Russian sovereign fund Rusnano.
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The U.S. biotechs, which are independent but share founders and investors, raise a combined $94.5 million from the Russian sovereign fund and U.S. venture firms.
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