Gene editing vets launch Korro to convert RNA bases

Atlas, NEA launch Korro with new take on RNA base editing, trio of gene editing veterans

A trio of gene editing industry veterans have teamed up to launch Korro Bio as their second company developing antisense-based therapies in less than a year. Korro is creating a new CRISPR-independent version of RNA base editing that pairs antisense technology with an endogenous RNA-modifying enzyme to precisely swap single target bases.

The company launched on Monday with undisclosed funding from Atlas Venture and NEA, and a team led by co-founders Nessan Bermingham, Andrew Fraley and Jean-François Formela, who

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