Sana to open new CGT manufacturing facility

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

July 15, 2021 -- Sana Biotechnology has signed a lease to develop a 163,000-sq-ft manufacturing facility in Fremont, CA, to support the manufacture of its late-stage clinical development and early commercial cell and gene therapy (CGT) candidates.

The facility will be designed to provide manufacturing capabilities across the company's portfolio, including allogeneic T cell, viral vector, and pluripotent stem cell production.

The facility's location is in close proximity to Sana's existing technical and scientific capabilities, the firm said. Sana also intends to work with contract manufacturing partners to advance its candidates to the clinic as early as next year.


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