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Q Therapeutics, Inc. is developing glial cell-based therapeutic products for central nervous system disorders in which a disease or injury inhibits normal myelin growth and enzyme performance.

Q Therapeutics, Inc. is developing glial cell-based therapeutic products for central nervous system disorders in which a disease or injury inhibits normal myelin growth and enzyme performance.

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Phone: 801-582-5400

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615 Arapeen Drive
Suite 102
Salt Lake City, 84108
Utah, United States

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Q Therapeutics $9M Jun 18, 2010
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Investor Investor Type Location Participating Rounds
Epic VenturesVenture CapitalSalt Lake City, Utah, United StatesSeries B
InvitrogenCorporationCarlsbad, California, United StatesOther Investors
Salt Lake Life Science AngelsAngel Investor (Group)Salt Lake City, Utah, United StatesSeries B
Life Technologies CorporationCorporationCarlsbad, California, United StatesSeries B
Maryland Stem Cell Research FundGovernmentMaryland, United StatesGrant
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Title Application Date Patent Date Status
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Engineering mesenchymal stem cells using homologous recombination Nov 10, 2015 Application