Charles Riv­er works on rare dis­ease gene ther­a­py; Emer­gent gets $75M for an­thrax vac­cine; Eu­roAPI hires new COO 

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Charles Riv­er and the Aus­tralian non­prof­it Ge­net­ic Cures for Kids part­nered on Tues­day to de­vel­op and man­u­fac­ture a gene ther­a­py for the hered­i­tary neu­rode­gen­er­a­tive dis­ease called spas­tic para­ple­gia type 56 (SPG56) by us­ing Charles Riv­er’s plas­mid pro­duc­tion plat­form eX­pDNA. SPG56 is a rare dis­ease af­fect­ing chil­dren, leav­ing them un­able to walk and talk in­de­pen­dent­ly.

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