NEW YORK, Sept 11 – Microarray developer NimbleGen Systems of Madison, Wis., said Tuesday it had raised $9 million in a private round of financing.
The company has raised more than $12.5 million in total.
Investors in the recent round of financing included new investors such as Venture Investors Management, Baird Venture Partners, and State of Wisconsin Investment Board. Previous investors including Skyline Ventures, Tactics II Investments, and The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation also participated in the financing round.
NimbleGen produces customized high-density DNA arrays using technology based on digital mirrors. The company said its system is capable of producing specialized arrays in less than four hours.
The company said that it has so far completed the first “pre-manufacturing run” of high-density arrays and that the technology was developing at a “very rapid” pace.