As Traversa Files for Bankruptcy, Co-Founder Seeks Partnership for Delivery Technology | GenomeWeb

Traversa Therapeutics has filed for bankruptcy after failing to secure the financing it needed to continue advancing its core RNAi delivery technology, Gene Silencing News has learned.

However, a portion of that technology is now being shopped around by Traversa co-founder Scott Petersen, who is on the lookout for an industry partner interesting in bringing him on board to continue its development.

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