Intellia, Cellex Team Up On New CAR-T Firm, Backed By Blackstone
Blackstone is providing $250m to combine Intellia’s gene editing and Cellex’s cell manufacturing capabilities in a new CAR-T company using Cellex subsidiary GEMoaB’s technology and pipeline as a foundation.
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