Cyntellect Lands $15M In Series D VC Cash, Will Expand Business, Staff, Platform Apps | GenomeWeb
Cyntellect this week announced that it has received $15.1 million in a Series D round of venture capital financing, which may grow by an additional $8.3 million.
The company will use the money to expand its operations, more than double its staff, accelerate the development and commercialization of its high-throughput optoinjector (HOP) and single-cell identification platform (SCIP) platforms, and explore new applications for its laser-enabled analysis and processing, or LEAP, platform.

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