NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – TAI Diagnostics, a developer of diagnostic tests for monitoring the health of transplanted organs, said on Monday that it has closed a $10 million Series A preferred equity financing.

TAI will use proceeds from the new financing to support ongoing R&D on its PCR-based cell-free DNA transplant monitoring technology, clinical studies, and the upcoming commercial launch of its post-transplant monitoring assays performed in its CLIA- and CAP-accredited laboratory.

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