'Bluest of blue-chip investors' pump $94M into Sekar Kathiresan's quest to bring CRISPR to the heart
Going into his first JP Morgan conference, Sekar Kathiresan had some major news to share. His ambitious cardiovascular-focused startup, Verve Therapeutics, had designated the PCSK9 base editor as its lead program, homed in on severe heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia as the first indication, and released animal data suggesting the in vivo edits to the monkey livers last up to six months. For a company that had just been in the public for less than a year, “it was wonderful.”
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