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May 14, 2021
BioUtah News Life Sciences Industry News Utah's Life Sciences Companies
ARUP Announces Partnership with TellBio for Use of TellBio’s Novel Circulating Tumor Cells Technology

ARUP Laboratories on May 10 announced it has signed a strategic agreement with Massachusetts-based TellBio Inc. to use the company’s TellDx circulating tumor cells (CTCs) technology in several research applications. ARUP has also invested in TellBio as part of the startup’s series A financing round. Other funding partners include Crocker Ventures, Genetron Holdings Ltd (NASDAQ: […]

May 14, 2021
BioUtah News Life Sciences Industry News Utah's Life Sciences Companies
Xenter Closes Series A at $12M; Adds Four Additional Board Members

Xenter has announced the appointment of four additional industry leaders to its Board of Directors and the closing of a $12M Series A offering of preferred stock. “Xenter is transforming healthcare as an innovative Device-Data-Drug healthcare technologies startup,” said Kelvyn Cullimore, president and CEO of BioUtah. “The new additions to the board, including Utah life […]

May 14, 2021
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Who Develops Medicines? A New Study Highlights Role of Private Investment

Discussion around drug pricing often raises the issue of just how much NIH funding drives the development of new therapies. The general perception is that NIH funding is largely responsible for the creation and approval of new therapies. However, a new study by VitalTransformation (sponsored by BIO and PhRMA) finds that perception to be misguided. […]

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