NEW YORK, Dec. 3 – French genomics company ExonHit Therapeutics said Monday it raised 30 million euros ($26.8 million) in a third round of private financing.

The Paris-based company, which develops therapeutics and diagnostics based on the analysis of alternative splicing events, said that Dresdner Kleinwort Capital of the UK, Danske Bank of Denmark, and France’s LCF E. de Rothschild and Sudinnova participated in the financing round. 

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