BTX Stock Falls: Brooklyn ImmunoTherapeutics Corrects After The News

The Brooklyn ImmunoTherapeutics Inc stock has emerged as one of the most consistent gainers this month so far. On Wednesday, the Brooklyn stock went up by as much as 117% during the initial part of the trading session but ended the day with gains of 76%.

The rally on Wednesday took the gains in the Brooklyn ImmunoTherapeutics stock to 385% over the past week and to as much as 1065% for the month of April so far.

This morning, the company has acquired an exclusive license for mRNA gene editing and cell therapies technology of Factor Bioscience Limited and Novellus Therapeutics Limited pursuant to an exercise of a previously announced option

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The license includes the use of an extensively patented process to develop gene-editing compounds using mRNA, which preclinical data suggest demonstrate a high degree of efficiency, as well as being non-immunogenic and non-mutagenic.

Earlier this week, it announced that Matthew During had been appointed as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board at Brooklyn ImmunoTherapeutics.

While that is a key appointment, it should also be noted that earlier on this month the company paid $1 million for the license to mRNA Gene Editing and Cell Therapy technology from Factor Bioscience and Novellus.

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BTX stock is down over 9% at $39.40 in the pre-market session.

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