Pocketing $3.7M, Eureka Touts Informatics as Differentiator in Sequencing Services, Microorganism Detection | GenomeWeb

By Bernadette Toner

Fresh from a $3.7 million financing round, Eureka Genomics is looking to build out both sides of its two-pronged business model, which involves sequencing services as well as internal discovery projects to identify novel microorganisms associated with disease.

Underlying this hybrid model is a portfolio of proprietary bioinformatics tools that the company licensed in 2007 from the University of Houston.

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