CleveX, Frankel Commercialization Fund, University of Michigan- Ross School of Business, Apthera, TGen Drug Development Services, Helicos, Uppsala University, SparkIP, Columbia University, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Leiden University, Lehigh U | GenomeWeb
Cleveland Clinic Spinout CleveX Raises Raises $1.4M in Financing
CleveX, a 2006 medical device spinout of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, said this week that it has closed $1.4 million in equity financing to support the commercialization of tools for excising cancerous and non-cancerous skin lesions.
A group of Midwest US-based investors participated in the financing round, including lead investor Plymouth Venture Partners, and participants WPWIII Cap LP and the Esposito Group.

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