By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BioSystem Development has closed a financing round raising just over $1 million, the firm said after the close of the market Wednesday.

The privately-held firm said that it will use the funds to scale up its manufacturing capabilities, increase the speed to market of its new products, and support expansion of its product pipeline. The Madison, Wis.-based company makes the AssayMap platform, which enables high-throughput solutions for bioprocess development, biomarkers, and life sciences research.

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