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BR Ventures Invests in Semprae Laboratories
Date:3/10/2010

es. The deal represents BRV's first co-investment with Quaker BioVentures, a leading life sciences venture fund headquartered in Philadelphia.

"BR Ventures' investment is yet another endorsement of the great strides we are making to bring Zestra into the homes of women around the world," said Mary Wallace Jaensch, CEO of Semprae Laboratories. "We are igniting the conversation among women and, with the help of our investors, we are expanding our reach and impact."

Semprae Laboratories is a unique investment for BRV, which typically invests in seed stage companies. The deal is the second of the year for the Fund, following an investment in biotechnology company, Adenios, in January.

"We are thrilled to join Quaker BioVentures in this round," said Uma Kakde, Manager of BR Ventures. "This is a one of a kind deal for us. Semprae is addressing an enormous market – over 30 million women in the United States - with a very real need. With proven management and demonstrated execution, we are confident that Zestra will become the standard in this category."


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