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Epigenic Therapeutics Raises $20 Million in Angel and Pre-A Rounds for Epigenetic Drugs

publication date: Aug 8, 2022

Shanghai Epigenic Therapeutics raised $20 million in Angel and Pre-A fundings to develop new therapies by using gene editing technology to regulate the epigenetic genome. Epigenetic changes do not change the DNA sequence, but they can change how an individual’s DNA sequence is read. Epigenic Therapeutics has developed a proprietary technology platform using artificial intelligence algorithms to obtain an optimized CRISPR-Cas component that regulates expression of target gene(s) without changing DNA. Morningside Venture Capital, Kingray Capital, Trinity Innovation Fund and TigerYeah Capital invested in the Pre-A funding while Angel investor FountainBridge Capital also participated. More details....

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