NEW YORK (GenomeWeb news) – Molecular Biometrics has reeled in $12 million in Series A financing from Safeguard Scientifics and Oxford Bioscience Partners, Safeguard said today.
 
The metabolomics-based diagnostics company plans to use the funding for research and development for its ViaMetrics-E product, which is a test used to identify which embryos have the greatest reproductive potential for use in in vitro fertilization, and to launch the technology next year in Europe, Japan, and Australia.
 

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