Knome Raises $13M to Grow Business | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Knome announced on Friday the closing of a financing round that brought in $13 million.

The funds will go toward growing out the Cambridge, Mass.-based bioinformatics firm's genomic services and software systems business, it said. A company official declined to disclose the investors in the round, as well as the series and tranche.

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