NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – T2 Biosystems today announced the completion of $40 million in financing to support its clinical programs and commercialization of its molecular diagnostic panel for the identification of species-specific Candida fungal infections.

New investor Goldman Sachs led the financing. Existing investors Flagship Ventures, Polaris Partners, Aisling Capital, Flybridge Capital Partners, Physic Ventures, Arcus Ventures, Partners Healthcare, Camros Capital, and WS Investments also participated.

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