Underdog Launches With $4M to Target “Toxic” Form of Cholesterol

15:31 EST 18 Nov 2019 | Xconomy

Underdog Pharmaceuticals has launched with nearly $4 million in seed funding to develop treatments for atherosclerosis, a progressive condition in which arteries become clogged with substances such as fats and cholesterol, which restricts blood flow. Based in Mountain View, CA, Underdog is a spinout of the nonprofit SENS Research Foundation (SRF). Matthew O’Connor and Michael […]

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