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A review of second quarter biopharma start-up deal-making and financing activity from Strategic Transactions showed a quarter-over-quarter drop in dollars raised despite multiple mega-rounds, including $100m-plus VC deals for SpringWorks and Fusion.
Private Company Edition: ARM's Q2 report shows a 38% decline in financings, but venture capital and upfront fees from deals were robust. Also, Servier raises $405m in the US, Frequency closes a $62m series C and VenatoRx accesses US government cash.
CF-focused Vertex will buy Exonics and expand a collaboration with CRISPR Therapeutics, with plans to develop therapies for DMD and myotonic dystrophy type 1. Merck acquires TGFβ-focused Tilos, while Achaogen offloads most of its assets at auction.
Private Company Edition: With academic muscle, Google cash and nanoparticles, and various CRISPR licenses, Verve will develop gene-editing therapies for coronary heart disease prevention. Also, Vividion raises an $82m series B and two Belgian companies bring in $77.8m in VC cash.
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