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Rescentris Secures Series A Funding

NEW YORK, May 4 (GenomeWeb News) - Rescentris, a provider of electronic laboratory notebook software, said today that it has completed its Series A financing.

 

The company did not disclose the amount of funding, but said that it will be used to expand its sales and marketing programs and further development of its flagship product, the Collaborative Electronic Research Framework (CERF).

 

Initial development of CERF was funded in part by a grant from the State of Ohio's Third Frontier Project, Rescentris said.

 

The product was developed in collaboration with OhioStateUniversity's BioMedical Informatics department.

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