NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — German 3D protein structure-analysis company Proteros Biostructures this week said that an existing “silent partner” has invested an additional €1 million ($1.3 million) in the company.
 
Proteros, located in Martinsried, also said that the cash from Munich-based BayBG has “permitted” the company to acquire an additional €4.2 million in financing and research funds. Proteros did not disclose the source of this additional funding.
 

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