NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Navigenics, a Bay Area company focused on using whole-genome scanning to identify an individuals’ genetic risks for certain diseases, today said it has made its official debut as a company.
 
The firm said it has also secured a Series B round of venture capital financing for an undisclosed amount, bringing its total funding to $25 million to date.
 

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