Novo's antibiotic fund participates in financing round of infectious diseases firm

Novo Holdings’s Repair Impact Fund, which finances early-stage antibiotic research, has participated in a million-dollar investment round of British biotech company Centauri, which is building a platform for the detection of new antibacterial candidates treating infectious diseases.

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British biotech firm Centauri has secured USD 32m to advance its platform for antimicrobial resistance (AMR) research and development, which can identify and develop new antibacterial candidates designed to treat infectious diseases, Novo Holdings announces in a press release.

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