Pentabase Receives $339K from Angel Investor | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Odense, Denmark-based PentaBase has received DKK 2 million (US$339,000) from an unnamed angel investor, the firm said this week.
 
PentaBase, which is developing molecular diagnostics and sells real-time PCR-based probes, said that the funding will be used to increase sales of its platform technologies, services, and diagnostic tests for infectious diseases. The firm also offers DNA sequencing services.
 

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