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Vaxent Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Vaxent's headquarters?
Vaxent's headquarters is located at Memphis.
What is Vaxent's latest funding round?
Vaxent's latest funding round is Seed.
Who are the investors of Vaxent?
Investors of Vaxent include Innova Memphis.
Who are Vaxent's competitors?
Competitors of Vaxent include FluGen, Cellworks, Immune Design, Sutro Biopharma, Vaxart and 12 more.
Compare Vaxent to Competitors
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