NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Third Wave Japan, a subsidiary of Third Wave Technologies, has raised roughly $5.3 million in a stock placement, the company stated in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday.
 
Third Wave Japan sold 7,112 shares of common stock at ¥90,000 ($743) per share to Mitsubishi, Shimadzu, CSK Institute for Sustainability, Daiichi Pure Chemicals, BML, and Toppan Printing.
 

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