Novo and Sanofi Ventures returned to reinvest in Yale spinout Inozyme Pharma as it looks to advance its lead mineralisation disorder drug towards the clinic.

Inozyme Pharma, a US-based developer of mineralisation disorder treatments spun out of Yale University, received $67m in series A2 funding yesterday from investors including pharmaceutical firms Novo and Sanofi, the latter through its Sanofi Ventures unit. The round was co-led by Pivotal BioVenture Partners, the healthcare investment firm formed by property developer Nan Fung, and…

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