University of Toronto

Grantee Website Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Purpose
to develop low-cost non-hormonal contraceptives with fewer side effects by engineering single-domain camelid antibodies (nanobodies) to block fusion between two exclusive sperm and egg proteins, which is required for fertilization
Division
Global Development
Date
NOVEMBER 2020
Region Served
GLOBAL
Committed Amount
$1,902,266
Grant Topic
Family Planning
Duration (Months)
35
Grantee Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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