When was Crystax Pharmaceuticals founded?
Crystax Pharmaceuticals was founded in 2002.
What is Crystax Pharmaceuticals's latest funding round?
Crystax Pharmaceuticals's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of Crystax Pharmaceuticals?
Investors of Crystax Pharmaceuticals include Empresa Nacional de Innovacion, BCN Telecom and Invertec.
Who are Crystax Pharmaceuticals's competitors?
Competitors of Crystax Pharmaceuticals include Sequoia Sciences, MerLion Pharmaceuticals, MicuRx Pharmaceuticals, Achaogen, Melinta Therapeutics and 15 more.
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