Still Striving for Dxs After Third Wave Suit, EraGen Raises $12M for Assays | GenomeWeb

EraGen Biosciences said this week that it has closed a $12 million round of financing that will support the Madison, Wisc.-based company's efforts to create molecular diagnostics, including one effort to create an early, quantitative HIV strain-typing method to direct clinicians to more effective treatments.

Launched by former Third Wave Technologies employees, EraGen settled an infringement suit in early 2003 with that other Madison-based diagnostic concern, and was forbidden to sell its GeneCode product.

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