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Mogrify raises $3.7 million seed funding to support direct cellular conversion for cell therapy

Mogrify logo 12.4.19UK-based cell therapy specialist Cell Mogrify Ltd has completed a second close on its seed funding, bringing the total raised to $3.7 million which it will use to market novel IP and cell types generated using its proprietary direct cellular conversion platform designed to power the development and manufacture of lifesaving cell therapies across all therapeutic areas. The funding round was led by existing investor Ahren Innovation Capital, with 24Haymarket and Dr Darrin Disley OBE, its recently appointed CEO, also investing.

Mogrify builds on a ten-year investment by its co-founders in the development of a systematic big data-science approach powered by next-generation sequencing and gene-regulatory data to identify the optimal combination of transcription factors or small molecules needed to convert any mature cell type into any other mature cell type without going through a pluripotent stem cell or a progenitor cell state. The company is applying this approach to address the issues of efficacy, safety and scalability currently associated with cell therapy development and manufacturing, a $30 billion market opportunity that is rapidly growing at an estimated CAGR of more than 30%. In addition, through its internal development and partnership programmes, Mogrify is positioning itself to directly address growing markets that are unserved by approved cell therapies, such as the cardiac repair and cartilage regeneration end-user markets, which are estimated to be worth $120 billion and $7 billion by 2022 and 2025, respectively.

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