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Karolinska Development and Kurma Biofund to Enter Strategic Partnership
Date:6/29/2010

STOCKHOLM, June 29, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Karolinska Development AB and Kurma Biofund have entered into a strategic partnership, with the purpose to identify co-investment opportunities in the life science area in the Nordic region and other selected parts of Europe.

The Karolinska Development and Kurma Biofund combination will increase the possibilities for early life science investments in world class science. The strategic Karolinska Development and Kurma Biofund partnership will further contribute to cross European investments.

Conny Bogentoft, CEO Karolinska Development:

"We are excited to broaden our co-investor network for early stage financing. With Kurma we also add a broader dealflow outside of Scandinavia and add a competent partner to our network."

Thierry Laugel, joint Managing Partner Kurma Biofund:

"With Karolinska Development, Kurma is proud to add such an eminent group to the very selective network of partners around Europe. We are currently looking at a number of co- investment opportunities that would clearly exemplify the complementarities and synergies between our two groups."

About Karolinska Development

Karolinska Development manages one of the largest portfolios of life science companies in Europe. Using a unique business model, the company cost efficiently guides the commercialization of world class life science innovations. Since its inception in 2003, Karolinska Development has built a portfolio of some 40 companies. Among the company's projects, 12 candida
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