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Allozyne

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Founded Year

2005

Stage

Debt - III | Alive

Total Raised

$40.45M

Last Raised

$2.45M | 10 yrs ago

About Allozyne

Allozyne is a protein optimization company committed to the development of improved biological therapeutics to treat multiple areas of unmet medical need. Allozyne's two technology platforms enable the incorporation of amino acids analogues, at any specified position, into existing biologics leading to improved efficacy, tolerability and pharmacology.

Headquarters Location

999 Third Ave Suite 3400

Seattle, Washington, 98104,

United States

206-674-3028

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Allozyne Patents

Allozyne has filed 6 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

10/16/2013

9/10/2019

Molecular biology, Proteins, Amino acids, Protein domains, Gene expression

Grant

Application Date

10/16/2013

Grant Date

9/10/2019

Title

Related Topics

Molecular biology, Proteins, Amino acids, Protein domains, Gene expression

Status

Grant

Latest Allozyne News

Q3 In Review: Microsoft, Life Sciences Roller Coaster, UW Startups

Sep 30, 2014

Rounding out the top biotech stories was Lash’s exclusive report on the fate of Accelerator graduate Allozyne : Its assets and intellectual property were sold to MedImmune, a unit of AstraZeneca. Also, see Fidler’s in-depth Q&A with new Accelerator CEO Thong Le on expanding to New York . I spent much of the summer getting deep into the University of Washington’s technology transfer operation as it goes through a major transition in funding, leadership, and goals . The Center for Commercialization still aims to drive new startup formation, but I found that the way it and other university technology transfer shops count their output falls well short of clearly communicating the economic impact of their work. For example, startups that receive significant assistance from the UW, but aren’t based on university-licensed intellectual property, aren’t counted as UW startup companies. GraphLab, which was incubated in the UW’s New Ventures Facility and this summer moved to a larger office to accommodate its growing staff, is one such company. I took a look at GraphLab’s first commercial product—tools for developing scalable, data-centric, predictive applications . Benjamin Romano is editor of Xconomy Seattle. Email him at bromano [at] xconomy.com. Follow @bromano Share or Leave a Comment

Allozyne Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Allozyne founded?

    Allozyne was founded in 2005.

  • Where is Allozyne's headquarters?

    Allozyne's headquarters is located at 999 Third Ave, Seattle.

  • What is Allozyne's latest funding round?

    Allozyne's latest funding round is Debt - III.

  • How much did Allozyne raise?

    Allozyne raised a total of $40.45M.

  • Who are the investors of Allozyne?

    Investors of Allozyne include ARCH Venture Partners, OVP Venture Partners, Clarus, Amgen Ventures, Alexandria Venture Investments and 5 more.

  • Who are Allozyne's competitors?

    Competitors of Allozyne include Armgo Pharma, Flexion Therapeutics, Amplyx Pharmaceuticals, GenScript, Receptos and 13 more.

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