ReCode Raises Another $120m To Broaden LNP Delivery Of Genetic Medicines
Initial $80m Series B From October Increased To $200m
The company’s lipid nanoparticle technology can deliver mRNA, gene editing and other cargoes to multiple cell and organ types. ReCode aims to expand its pipeline beyond lung diseases.
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