Novo Nordisk enters into collaboration with Danish crispr firm Snipr

The small Danish biotech company Snipr Biome, which uses crispr technology, has landed its first partnership.

Photo: Novo Nordisk / PR

Shortly after Snipr Biome managed to bring in new money through its first non-commercial partnership with antimicrobial alliance Carb-X, the Danish company has now managed to find its first commercial partner.

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