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LSGPA Invests $250K in SoftGenetics To Support SNP Software Development

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The Life Sciences Greenhouse of Central Pennsylvania will invest $250,000 in SoftGenetics to develop software for SNP analysis, LSGPA said today.
 
SoftGenetics will use the funding to accelerate development of its microarray copy number and SNP chip software.
 
The investment comes from LSGPA's Technology Development Fund, which funds early-stage life sciences companies. The organization has invested nearly $8 million in the form of pre-seed stage capital and technology development funding in central Pennsylvania.

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