NEW YORK, August 1 – The bioinformatics company MolecularWare has received $2.5 million in first-round funding, the company announced Wednesday.

The Cambridge, Mass.-based company said it would use the money to continue to commercialize its DigitalGenome suite of high throughput analysis software. 

The “Series A” funding came from several sources including lead investors Aspen Investment Group and KnowledgeCube Group. 

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