NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Microbial genomics company OpGen today said it has received an undisclosed investment from In-Q-Tel, a non-profit launched by the US Central Intelligence Agency that invests in technologies "of importance to the intelligence community."
 
In a statement describing the investment, In-Q-Tel said that OpGen’s microbial genome-analysis technology will “significantly improve the user's ability to analyze organisms.”
 

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