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VCs Put $15M Into New Start-Up From Proteolix Founder

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Executive Summary

The biotech, Arvinas, will pursue therapies that degrade proteins, a process that could lead to therapeutic approaches to targets previously thought to be undruggable. The $15 million in venture funding is augmented by $3.5 million from the state of Connecticut.

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