Startup MDx Firm Multiplicom Raises $3M in Financing | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Belgian molecular diagnostics startup Multiplicom has received €2 million ($3 million) in a funding round, the company said this week.

Investors included Belgian venture capital firm Gimv, Gimv-managed Biotechfonds Vlaanderen, life science research institute VIB, and the University of Antwerp.

Proceeds will be used to develop diagnostic tests, get CE marking for them, and to commercialize them, Multiplicom said.

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