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B-To-V Partners, a Switzerland-based angel network, and UK-based peer Rosetta Capital have invested €30m ($40m) in 13 out of 25 portfolio companies of Karolinska Development, an independent investment company backing the Sweden-based Karolinska Institute medical university.  The 13 selected companies are: Akinion Pharmaceuticals, Aprea, Axelar, Biosergen, Clanotech, Dilafor, Dilaforette Holding, inhalation Sciences in Sweden, Neodynamics, Nova…

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