NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Stem cell research tools company Cellular Dynamics International, a spinout from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, said today that it closed an $18 million Series A financing round, and it has merged with two sister UW spinouts, Stem Cell Products and iPS Cells.
 
The round of financing was led by Tactics II Stem Cell Ventures and by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. The new company will continue to operate under the name Cellular Dynamics International.
 

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