‘We’re On The Edge Of Knowledge,’ Says Dewpoint CEO
Biomolecular condensates were first observed over 100 years ago, but their function – and the role they might play in a broad range of diseases – is only now being rigorously explored by drug developers. New technological development is helping scientists recreate condensates in laboratory conditions, providing insight into fundamental cellular processes. Amir Nashat, CEO of Dewpoint Therapeutics, told In Vivo that the company, following a recent $77m series B round, now has the resources to get to proof of concept for drugs targeting biomolecular condensates.
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