Snipr Biome to collaborate with US cancer hospital

The Danish company will examine the effect of new CRISPR therapies as a treatment for immune therapy side effects alongside the MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Snipr Biome CEO Christian Grøndahl | Photo: EY / PR

Biotech company Snipr Biome has found a partner to help develop new treatments using CRISPR technology, which targets the human microbiome.

The company has teamed up with renowned US cancer hospital MD Anderson Cancer Center, which is associated with the University of Texas. Snipr Biome will work with a research department at the hospital called PRIME-TR.

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