As stated by the EIB, the promoter is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company pioneer in the field of gene editing, deploying core proprietary technologies to develop off-the-shelf immunotherapies for several oncology indications.
The contemplated transaction will support the Company's R&D investments including: (i) development of four proprietary clinical-stage assets, (ii) pre-clinical development of earlier (or early)-stage assets, and (iii) manufacturing of clinical batches. The EIB financing will contribute to expand the proprietary pipeline of products under development of the Company, which are expected to constitute the backbone of the company's growth in the future. The project will be coordinated from the Company's headquarters located in Paris (France).
According to Bloomberg, Cellectis SA is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing immunotherapies based on gene edited CAR-T cells (UCART). The company's mission is to develop a new generation of cancer therapies based on engineered T-cells.
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