PE Week Wire — Friday 3/19

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Tumbleweed Communications Corp. (Nasdaq: TMWD) has acquired Corvigo Inc., a Palo Alto, Calif.-based provider of an artificial intelligence technology for eliminating email spam. The transaction is valued at approximately $38.5 million, including the issuance of 4.7 million shares of Tumbleweed common stock, the assumption of 400,000 stock options and a $3 million cash payment net of Corvigo’s cash. Corvigo secured $5.5 million in Series A funding last fall from Sequoia Capital . www.corvigo.com

Capital Lease Funding Inc., a New York-based commercial mortgage lender, will begin trading its common stock on the NYSE today under ticker symbol LSE. The company priced 20 million shares of common stock at $10.50 per share (in the middle of its $9-$11 offering price range), for a total IPO take of $210 million. Capital Lease has received private equity funding from Hyperion Partners. www.caplease.com

Zapaq Inc., a Waltham, Mass.-based drug discovery and development company, has raised $6 million in Series A funding from Sanderling Ventures and Yamanouchi Venture Capital. The company – which features a development facility in Oklahoma — focuses on therapeutics that target aspartic proteases, a group on enzymes central to a variety of human diseases, including Alzheimer’s. www.aging-institute.org

Geriatrix Inc., a Brentwood, Tenn.-based provider of case management for elder care services, recently raised $8.02 million in Series D funding. River Cities Capital Funds led the deal, and was joined by Pacific Venture Group, Blue Chip Venture Capital Co., Envest Ventures, Crosspoint Venture Partners and Accel Partners. www.geriatrix.net

Papa Gino’s Holding Corp., a Dedham, Mass.-based operator of pizza and sandwich shops, raised raised $1.025 million in Series A-1 funding. Return backers include BancBoston Ventures and The Hale Group.

Redlen Technologies Inc., a Vancouver, Canada-based developer of solid-state radiation detection and imaging, has raised Cdn$2.3 million in new venture capital funding led by Yaletown Venture Partners . www.redlen.com

Advent International has agreed to acquire all shares of sports marketing company SportFive owned by Vivendi Universal subsidiary Canal+ Group (46.4%) and RTL Group (46.4%). The total transaction is valued at €560 million (approx. $691 million).

The Irish Times is reporting that BC Partners today could receive up to five bids for its stake in snack foods company Cantrell & Cohchrane’s.

Zoll Medical Corp. (Nasdaq: ZOLL) has acquired Infusion Dynamics Inc., a Plymouth Meeting, Pa.-based maker of a rapid IV infusion pump. No financial terms of the deal were disclosed. Infusion Dynamics was founded in 1995, and had received VC funding from Ben Franklin Technology Partners. www.zoll.com

Goldfinger Technologies LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Akrion LLC, has acquired the substantial assets of Verteq Inc., a Santa Ana, Calif.-based maker of single-wafer wet-process tools. No financial terms were disclosed. Verteq had raised over $26 million in private equity funding from Westar Capital, Arnel Capital Management and Warburg Pincus. www.verteq.com

Bernhard Schmid has joined DVC Deutsche Venture Capital as a partner. He most recently served as a partner at VC firm Innotech GmbH , and before that worked as an investment manager with Atlas Venture . www.dvcg.de

Irving Bailey , a managing director of Chrysalis Ventures , has been nominated to join the supervisory board of Aegon NV (NYSE: AEG). www.aegon.com

Eircom PLC, an Ireland-based telecom carrier, reportedly has priced its IPO on the London exchange at €1.55 per share (lower end of its €1.48- €1.75 offering price range), which values the company at around €1.15 billion. The IPO raised around €300 million, with selling shareholders including Providence Equity Partners and Soros Fund Management . www.eircom.ie

Fremont Partners, a San Francisco-based middle market private equity shop, has opened an office in Boston, according to PrivateEquityCentral.net. Mark Williamson, a managing partner with Fremont, reportedly will move east to lead the office.

NEWS FROM THURSDAY 3/18

W.L. Ross & Co. said yesterday that it would combine Cone Mills Corp. (which it acquired out of bankruptcy last week) with existing portfolio company Burlington Industries Inc., which was bought out of bankruptcy last August. The combined company will be known as International Textile Group, and is expected to have annual revenue of $900 million. www.burlington.com

NeoPhotonics Corp., a San Jose, Calif.-based maker of optical circuits, modules and subsystems, has raised $40 million in new private equity funding. Oak Investment Partners and Institutional Venture Partners co-led the deal, and were joined by Draper Fisher Jurvetson, ATA Ventures, Rockport Capital Partners, Harris & Harris Group, Ventana Global Capital, Linkmore Ltd. and Alps Information Technology Fund. Steve Jurvetson of DFJ and Bandel Carano of Oak Investment Partners have joined the NeoPhotonics board of directors in conjunction with the financing. www.neophotonics.com

Monster Worldwide Inc. (Nasdaq: MNST) has acquired Military Advantage Inc., a San Francisco-based operator of the Military.com website. The transaction is valued at approximately $39.5 million, with around $24.5 million payable at closing with the balance payable over the next two years. Military Advantage has raised over $30 million in VC funding, including a $5.5 million third-round deal in 2001 at a post-money valuation of approximately $39 million. Company investors include Mayfield, U.S. Venture Partners and Broadview Associates. www.military.com

Maven Networks Inc., a Cambridge, Mass.-based provider of broadband media software, has raised $10 million in Series B funding. Accel Partners led the deal, and was joined by first-round backer General Catalyst Partners. www.maven.net

Investor Growth Capital and Skandia Investment have led a management buyout of Swedish Orphan International AB, a Stockholm-based orphan drug development, marketing and distribution company. Kaupthing Bank of Sweden advised the buyers. No deal terms were disclosed. www.swedishorphan.com

The Financial Times is reporting that UBS Capital and HSBC are planning a joint bid for South Korean liquor company Jinro .

Ares Management reportedly has taken a controlling stake in Bayonne, N.J.-based bra maker Maidenform Inc.

Zoll Medical Corp. (Nasdaq: ZOLL) has acquired Infusion Dynamics Inc., a Plymouth Meeting, Pa.-based maker of a rapid IV infusion pump. No financial terms of the deal were disclosed. Infusion Dynamics was founded in 1995, and had received VC funding from Ben Franklin Technology Partners. www.zoll.com

Goldfinger Technologies LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Akrion LLC, has acquired the substantial assets of Verteq Inc., a Santa Ana, Calif.-based maker of single-wafer wet-process tools. No financial terms were disclosed. Verteq had raised over $26 million in private equity funding from Westar Capital, Arnel Capital Management and Warburg Pincus. www.verteq.com

Stephen Hoey will join KPS Special Situations Fund as chief financial officer of April 12. He currently serves as CFO of the Quantum Industrial Family of Funds at Soros Funds Management .

Pantheon Ventures, a London and San Francisco-based fund-of-funds manager, has added three professionals from Russell Investment Group, which recently acquired Pantheon. They are: Helen Steers, who will be a partner on Pantheon’s European team; Nicholas Drapeau , an investment director with the European team; and Karl Scheer , an associate with the U.S. team. www.pantheonventures.com

Bill Elsner, a managing member of Telecom Partners, has joined the board of directors at Raindance Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: RNDC), a Louisville, Colo.-based provider of integrated web and audio conferencing systems. www.raindance.com

Rich McGinn, former CEO of Lucent and current general partner with RRE Ventures, has been named as a defendant in a civil lawsuit filed by Saudi Arabian telecom company National Group for Communications & Computers Ltd. The Riyadh-based company has accused McGinn and other former Lucent executives with bribery and extortion, related to a Saudi Arabian telecom deal.

Catlin Group Ltd., a Bermuda-based insurance company, is planning a $450 million flotation on the London Stock Exchange early next month. Company shareholders include Conning Capital Partners and Charlesbank Capital Partners. www.catlin.com

The University of Tokyo is planning to launch a venture capital fund to invest in startup companies created by university researchers, according to The Nikkei Report .

The South Carolina General Assembly yesterday overrode a gubernatorial veto of an economic development package that included the creation of a $50 million VC fund aimed at local life sciences startups.

NEWS FROM WEDNESDAY 3/17

HarbourVest Partners LLC has raised $4 billion for its seventh domestic fund-of-funds, which includes a $2 billion Venture Partnership Fund and a $2 billion Buyout Partnership Fund. Capital commitments were received from 120 institutions, including 41 U.S. public and corporate pension funds, 24 U.S. endowments and foundations, four insurance companies and 51 European and Asian institutions. Each fund made its first investment one year ago (thanks to an earlier close), and is approximately 20% committed. VC partnerships in the new portfolio include Sequoia Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Mayfield, Oak Investment Partners, InterWest Partners, Sevin Rosen Funds, Three Arch Partners and Domain Associates. Buyout investments include funds managed by Silver Lake Partners, Texas Pacific Group, GTCR Golder Rauner and Parthenon Capital. www.harbourvest.com

Accumetrics Inc., a San Diego-based medical device maker focused on cardiovascular applications, has raised $7 million in Series B funding. Essex Woodlands Health Ventures contributed over $5.2 million to the deal, and was joined by Fisher Scientific International. The company had raised over $36 million in VC funding between its 1996 inception and 2002, but was reacquired by co-founder Robert Hillman in 2003. Original investors had included Apax Partners, Johnson & Johnson, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and U.S. Venture Partners. www.accumetrics.com

UPEK Inc., a Berkeley, Calif.-based developer of silicon-based fingerprint security solutions, has raised $20 million in Series A funding. Sofinnova Ventures and Sofinnova Partners co-led the deal, and were joined by Diamondhead Ventures, Earlybird Venture Capital, EDBV Management and Green Dot Capital. UPEK was formed via a VC-backed spinoff of STMicroelectronics NV’s (NYSE: STM) fingerprint biometrics business. STMicroelectronics is a significant shareholder in UPEK. www.upek.com

TaiGen Biotechnology Co. Ltd., a Taiwan-based drug discovery company, has held a $38 million first close on its Series B funding round. China Steel led the deal, and was joined by return backers MPM Capital, YFY Group, China Development Industrial Bank, Shin Kong Life Insurance and Cathay Life Insurance. The company had previously raised a $37 million Series A deal in July 2001. www.taigenbiotech.com

Mezzia Inc., an Indianapolis-based provider of enterprise capital management software for the healthcare industry, has raised $2 million in third-round funding. Investors included KB Partners, Mason Wells Biomedical and Gazelle TechVentures. www.mezzia.com

Goal Semiconductor Inc., a Montreal-based fables semiconductor company, has raised Cdn$5.25 million (approx. US$3.92 million) in Series A funding co-led by BDC Venture Capital and Solidarity Fund QFL. South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford has vetoed an economic development bill that, among other things, would have created a $50 million VC to fund local startup companies in the life sciences space.

Wilson GreatBatch Technologies Inc. (NYSE: GB) has acquired all outstanding shares in privately-held Nanogram Devices Corp., a Fremont, Calif.-based maker of components for medical and energy storage applications. Sellers included Harris & Harris Group, Venrock Associates, Bay Partners, Nth Power, Rockport Capital Partners and SBV Ventures. www.nanogramdevices.com

Cardiac Dimensions Inc., a Kirkland, Wash.-based developer of non-invasive heart failure treatments, has raised $15 million in new VC funding, according to The Seattle Times. Frazier Healthcare Ventures reportedly led the deal, alongside return backers MPM Capital, Polaris Venture Partners and InterWest Partners.

Fidelity Ventures has named Madeline Wong and Aditya Shivram as associates. Wong will work out of Fidelity’s Boston office, after having led product management efforts at Veritas Software Corp. Shivram will be based in London, and previously served as a director of marketing at TIBCO Software Inc. www.fidelityventures.com

Jac Nasser, a senior partner with One Equity Partners and former CEO of Ford Motor Co., has been named a non-executive director of Australia-based Brambles Group. www.brambles.com

Paul Liska has joined Ripplewood Holdings as an industrial partner. He previously was with Sears, Roebuck & Co., where he served as an executive vice president and president of its credit and financial products unit.

Amanda Capital, a Finland-based investment company, has named Petteri Ankila as a managing director. He succeeds Topi Piela, who has been elected chairman of the firm’s board of directors. www.finvest.fi

TNS Inc., a Reston, Va.-based provider of data communications services to processors of credit card, debit card and ATM transactions, began trading on the NYSE yesterday under ticker symbol TNS. The company on Monday priced 4.42 million shares of common stock at $18 per share (high end of its $16-$18 offering price range), for a total IPO take of around $79.56 million. TNS was founded in 1990 and completed an IPO in 1994, before being acquired by PSINet Inc. in late 1999. In 2001, the company was sold to GTCR Golder Rauner in a $285 million buyout. www.tnsi.com

Tercica Inc., a South San Francisco-based drug developer focused on growth biology, will begin trading today on the Nasdaq under ticker symbol TRCA. The company yesterday priced 5.5 million shares at $9 per share (below both its original $14-$16 range, and its revised $11-$13 offering price range), for an IPO take of $49.5 million. Tercica had raised over $65 million in VC funding since its 1999 inception, with investors including MPM Capital, Prospect Ventures, Rho Ventures, Care Capital and MedImmune Ventures. www.tercica.com

Xcyte Therapies Inc., a Seattle-based biotech company, will begin trading on the Nasdaq today under ticker symbol XCYT. The company priced 4.2 million shares at $8 per share (below its $13-$15 offering price range), for a total IPO take of $33.6 million. The company had raised approximately $85 million in total VC funding, with significant shareholders including ARCH Venture Partners, MPM Capital, Sprout Group and Alta Partners. www.xcytetherapies.com

Grupo Media Capital SGPS SA, a Portugal-based portfolio company of Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, is reportedly planning to raise around $405 million via a public floatation on March 31.

Summit Partners has raised $465 million for its third subordinated debt fund, which will co-invest with Summit’s equity funds and provide up to $70 million of mezzanine debt financing per transaction. More than 95% of the fund’s limited partners – which do include public institutions – have invested in past Summit Partners vehicles. The Boston-based firm’s previous sub debt fund closed in 1997 with $335 million. www.summitpartners.com

The Israeli Venture Capital Research Center is reporting that Israel-based VC firms raised $118 million in fund capital last year, which is an increase over 2002 totals. www.ivc-online.com

NEWS FROM TUESDAY 3/16

Pomona Capital and ING Investment Management Americas have signed an agreement whereby Pomona will manage approximately $1.1 billion in private equity assets within ING’s U.S. insurance companies’ portfolio. This includes the creation of a $500 million portfolio of primary and secondary investments over the next five years, and the management of an existing $600 million portfolio that consists of investments in 57 private equity funds. www.pomonacapital.com

Speakeasy Inc., a Seattle-based provider of broadband services, has raised $24 million in Series D funding. 3i Group and BV Capital co-led the deal, and were joined by return backers Ares Management, Cornerstone Ventures, Granite Ventures and Matthew G. Norton. Cascadia Capital advised Speakeasy on the transaction. Speakeasy now has raised $50 million in total VC funding since its 1995 inception, including a $6.5 million Series C deal in 2002 at a post-money valuation of approximately $32.5 million. www.speakeasy.net

Bitfone Corp., a Laguna Niguel, Calif.-based provider of over-the-air firmware update technology for mobile phones, has raised $21 million in Series C funding. Prism Venture Partners led the deal, and was joined by fellow new investor Flextronics Inc., and return backers Nokia Venture Partners, Nexit Ventures, St, Paul Venture Partners, 3i Group, CIR Ventures and KTB Ventures. David Baum, a general partner with Prism Venture Capital, will join the Bitfone board of directors. The company now has raised around $48 million in total VC funding since its 2001 inception. www.bitfone.com

NetScaler Inc., a Santa Clara, Calif.-based provider of Web application traffic control systems, has raised $20 million in new VC funding. Focus Ventures led the deal, and was joined by fellow new investor Granite Global Ventures and return backers Sequoia Capital, Goldman Sachs, Gabriel Venture Partners and Bay Partners. www.netscaler.com

iJET Travel Risk Management Inc., an Annapolis, Md.-based provider of travel risk management services for multinational corporations , has raised $5.4 million in Series C funding. Longworth Venture Partners led the deal, and was joined by return backers EuclidSR Partners and PA Early Stage Partners. www.ijet.com

Genalytics Inc., a Newburyport, Mass.-based provider of business analytics software, has raised $2 million in Series B funding from Egan-Managed Capital. www.genalytics.com

BroadLight Inc., a Ramat Gan, Israel-based supplier of communication semiconductors and optical transceivers, has raised $2 million in new VC funding from Siemens Venture Capital. The company now has raised $13.5 million in Series C funding, including a previously announced $11.5 million first close that included Israel Seed Partners, Star Ventures and Delta Ventures. www.broadlight.com

The Boston Globe is reporting that Pervasis Therapeutics Inc. has received $500,000 in seed funding from Polaris Venture Partners and Flagship Ventures. The article also says that Pervasis is close to securing a larger institutional round.

  TD Capital Canadian Private Equity Partners and OMERS Merchant Banking Group have completed their previously announced privatization of CINAR Corp.

Resilience Capital Partners has acquired Pennfield Precision Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary FIT Group Inc. No deal terms were disclosed. Pennfield is a Sellersville, Pa.-based provider of manufacturing and assembly solutions of precision machined components. FIT Group is an engineer and OEM manufacturer of chamber ink metering technology. www.pennfieldinc.com

Santo Versace, chairman of Italian fashion company Versace , told Il Corriere della Sera that his company would like to sell a 25% ownership stake to a financial partner such as a private equity firm.

Cinven is reportedly interested in bidding for a 56.7% stake in Italian restaurant chain Autogrill SpA, which currently is owned by the Benetton family’s Edizone Holding.

  Spectral Genomics Inc., a Houston-based developer of genomic information services, has acquired Bacterial Barcodes Inc., a Houston-based genomics company that also was founded based on technology from Baylor College of Medicine. No terms of the acquisition were disclosed, although Spectral Genomics did secure $9.3 million in new Series B funding led by Bacterial Barcodes investor Techxas Ventures. The deal also included Burrill & Co., Baylor College of Medicine and BioTex Finance Ltd. www.bacbarcodes.comwww.spectralgenomics.com

Webster Financial Corp. (NYSE: WBS) has agreed to sell financial advisory subsidiary Duff & Phelps LLC to a partnership that includes boutique I-bank Stone Ridge Partners and an investor group led by private equity firm Lovell Minnick Partner. No financial terms of the deal were disclosed.

Timothy Chiodo has joined The Compass Group as an associate in the firm’s Westport, Conn. office. He is a graduate of MIT, and spent the past two years in the M&A group of Lazard Freres in New York. www. compassequity.com

Henry “Drew” Scielzo has joined The Riverside Co. as director of portfolio management and analysis. He has spent the past five years as a member of McKinsey & Co. ‘s corporate finance practice. In other Riverside news, the firm has added Jon Kinney as an analyst of portfolio management and analysis. He was formerly a consultant with Alaris Consulting, where he worked on Riverside’s strategic sourcing initiative. www.riversidecompany.com

Bill Bryant, a former partner with Atlas Venture , has joined the board of directors at Intrinsyc Software International Inc. (TSX: ICS). www.intrinsyc.com

Ron Elwell, an operating partner with Bessemer Venture Partners, has been named chairman of ReefEdge Networks Inc., a Ft. Lee, N.J.-based portfolio company of Bessemer. In related news, ReefEdge has named Dave Goretski as its new CEO. He replaces founder Ajei Gopal (who will stay on board as president and CEO), and most recently served as a general manager of a $150 million division within Dictaphone. www.reefedge.com

Phase Forward Inc., a Waltham, Mass.-based provider of integrated data management solution for clinical trials and drug safety, has filed to raise $86.25 million via an IPO of common stock on the Nasdaq under proposed ticker symbol PFWD. The company has raised around $72 million in VC funding since its 1997 inception, with significant shareholders including Atlas Venture, North Bridge Venture Partners, DLJ Merchant Banking Partners, Thomas Weisel Partners, Sprout Group, Schroder Ventures and ABS Capital. www.phaseforward.com

Intelsat Ltd., a Bermuda-based provider of satellite communication services, has filed to raise $500 million via an IPO of common stock on the NYSE under proposed ticker symbol IS. The company has not received any substantial private equity backing. www.intelsat.com

NEWS FROM MONDAY 3/15

Electronic Data Systems Corp. (NYSE: EDS) has agreed to sell UGS PLM Solutions, a product lifecycle management subsidiary, for $2.05 billion in cash. The buyer is a private equity group that includes equal partners Bain Capital, Silver Lake Partners and Warburg Pincus. UGS PLM Solutions has approximately 42,000 clients, 2003 revenue of $897 million and 2003 net income of $104 million. The deal is expected to close within 90 days. www.ugsplm.com

Dollar Financial Corp., a Berwyn, Pa.-based provider of financial services to lower-income customers, has filed to raise $115 million via an IPO of common stock on the Nasdaq under proposed ticker symbol DLLR. The company was acquired in 1998 by a holding company controlled by Leonard Green & Partners, which still serves as a significant shareholder, along with Goldman Sachs Mezzanine Partners. www.dfg.com

StrongMail Systems Inc., a Los Angeles-based provider of email infrastructure solutions, has raised $6 million in venture capital funding from Sequoia Capital and Evercore Partners. Mark Kvamme of Sequoia and Sangam Pant of Evercore have joined the StrongMail board of directors in conjunction with the financing. www.strongmailsystems.com

Skype Technologies SA, a Luxemburg-based provider of voice-over-broadband services, has raised $18.8 million in Series B funding. Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Index Ventures co-led the deal. www.skype.com

Samy Cos., a Coral Gables, Fla.-based provider of hair salon products, has received an undisclosed amount of private equity funding from Hispania Capital Partners. www.samysalon.com

Madison Dearborn Partners has agreed to acquire motion picture exhibitor Cinemark Inc. in a transaction valued at approximately $1.5 billion. The deal will be financed through a combination of equity, new debt and assumed debt, including (but not limited to) 9% senior subordinated notes due 2013. Cinemark’s current shareholders include The Cypress Group and company management. www.cinemark.com

Sempra Energy Partners, an investment subsidiary of Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE), and the Carlyle/Riverstone Global Energy & Power Fund have agreed to acquire a 50-50 ownership of the Coleto Creek Power Station from American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP). The deal is worth $430 million, and also includes nine power plants in addition to Coleto Creek, which is a 632-megawatt, coal-fired plant in Goliad County, Texas.

Blackstone Group reportedly has lowered the minimum acceptance rate and extended the timetable for its proposed buyout of German industrial chemicals maker Celanese AG. The deal is valued at approximately $3.8 billion. www.celanese.com

Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO) has agreed to acquire privately-held Twingo Systems Inc., a Mountain View, Calif.-based provider of desktop security solutions.

Apax Partners has named Peter Burt and Jonathan Dawson as senior advisors to Apax’s financial services team. Burt currently serves as chairman of Gleacher Shacklock, while Dawson is a managing director with Lazard. www.apax.com

Sigrun Mjelmquist, a founding partner of BrainHeart Capital, has joined the board of directors of RAE Systems Inc. (AMEX: RAE). www.raesystems.com

Michael Wildish has joined law firm Miller Buckfire Lewis Ying & Co. as a managing director focused on mergers and acquisitions. He most recently served as a managing director with Capital Markets Services Inc., a subsidiary of General Electric Corp. www.mbly.com

CoTherix Inc., a Belmont, Calif.-based drug development company, has filed to raise $70 million via an IPO of common stock on the Nasdaq under proposed ticker symbol CTRX. The company has raised around $65 million in total VC funding since its 2000 inception, including a $55 million Series C deal last year at a post-money valuation of approximately $71 million. Company investors include Alta Partners, BioAsia Investments, MPM Capital, Frazier & Co., Sofinnova Ventures, Spray Venture Partners and Thomas Weisel Partners. CoTherix was originally known as Exhale Therapeutics Inc. www.cotherix.com

Momenta Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Cambridge, Mass.-based biotech company that utilizes glynomics (the study of sugars), has filed to raise $86.25 million via an IPO of common stock on the Nasdaq under proposed ticker symbol MNTA. The company has raised around $45 million in total VC funding since its 2001 inception as Mimeon Inc., a including a $20.5 million Series C deal earlier this year at a post-money valuation of approximately $108 million. Company investors include Atlas Venture, Polaris Venture Partners, Mithra Ventures, MVM Life Science Partners and Cardinal Partners. www.momentapharma.com

 

 

 

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