Israeli Protein Separation Startup Obtains $14 Million in Financing | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 5 – Proteologics, a proteomics startup in Rehovot, Israel, has obtained $14 million in financing from venture capital firms, the company said Monday.

Concord Ventures, also based in Israel, led the financing with $9 million, with U.S .Venture Capital firm ABS Ventures and the Giza Fund, one of Israel's largest venture capital groups, supplying the remainder.

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