PCR Reagent Startup Q Chip Raises $4M from Existing and New Investors | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Q Chip, a spin-out of Cardiff University in Wales that makes bead-based reagents for DNA testing, has landed £2 million ($4 million) in new financing from previous and new investors, one of its backers said this week.
 
Biofusion, an intellectual property commercialization company that has agreements with Cardiff University and the University of Sheffield, said that it invested £125,000 in the funding round, raising its stake in Q Chip to 10 percent.
 

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