Orphan CNS therapy developer Minoryx Therapeutics closed a $54.8m series C and MIT's The Engine co-led a $10.5m seed round for Foundation Alloy.

Minoryx Therapeutics, a Spain-based developer of treatments for orphan central nervous system disorders, completed a €51m ($54.8m) series C round yesterday that included an undisclosed amount of debt. The round was co-led by Columbus Venture Partners and Caixa Capital Risc, while CDTI, Fund+, Ysios Capital and other unnamed backers also took part. Minoryx was co-founded…

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