AstraZeneca and Cellectis Enter into Collaboration to Develop up to 10 Novel Cell and Gene Therapy Candidates Leveraging Cellectis’s Gene Editing Technologies and Manufacturing Capabilities

On Wednesday, November 1, AstraZeneca (press release) and Cellectis (press release) announced they entered into a strategic collaboration and investment agreement for the development of up to 10 novel cell and gene therapy candidate products in areas of high unmet need, including oncology, immunology, and rare diseases. Below, Celltelligence provides insights on the partnership, analyzes Cellectis’s TALEN-based gene-editing platform, and discusses how both companies could benefit from the collaboration.

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