NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Bioinformatics firm Cartagenia said today that it has raised €4.3million ($5.9 million) from investors in a private round of financing.

Participants in the round included existing shareholders Capricorn ICT Arkiv, a Leuven-based ICT fund; the Flemish investment company PMV; and Gemma Frisius Fund, the venture fund of the University of Leuven. Management of the firm also participated in the financing.

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