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Modular Genetics Closes First Round of $5.5M Series B Financing

NEW YORK, June 30 (GenomeWeb News) - Modular Genetics has closed the first round of a $5.5 million Series B financing, the Woburn, Mass.-based company said today.

 

According to an official statement, Modular Genetics will use the cash to enhance its automated gene engineering system, expand its sales force, and accelerate specific product development programs.

 

Molecular Genetics' core technology, CombiGenix, is used for automated assembly and modification of cloned genes, and is the basis of three of the company's gene engineering platforms: GeneDirect, a 96-sample platform for site-directed mutagenesis; GeneBuild, for codon optimization and assembly of custom genes; and GeneFix, for repairing mutations or removing introns from cloned genes.

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