Bioinformatics Company Qlucore Raises $840K | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Swedish bioinformatics firm Qlucore today announced it has raised $840,000 to support the expansion of its sales and marketing operations as well as development work.

The investment came from GLD Invest and will go toward the creation of a US sales office and the expansion of its product development team in Sweden. Qlucore's lead product is the Qlucore Omics Explorer for analyzing gene expression, microarray, real-time PCR, and DNA methylation data as well as other kinds of scientific data.

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