NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Spanish bioinformatics firm Era7 announced this week that it has closed a €600,000 ($625,000) crowdfunded investment round.

Era7 said the funding will be used to support business development efforts by its US subsidiary based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and to further integrate and automate the firm’s tools for analyzing microbiomes and bacterial genomes.

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