Cellectis Sells Human Stem Cell Subsidiary to Takara Bio | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Cellectis today announced it is selling its stem cell-focused subsidiary Cellectis AB to Takara Bio for an undisclosed amount.

The sale is the final step in Cellectis' restructuring of its Tools and Services business unit, which it said had been incurring heavy losses. The unit had an operating loss of €14 million ($18.8 million) in 2013 before accounting for extraordinary depreciation and costs related to downsizing.

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