NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – RainDance Technologies said today that it has closed a structured debt financing with Capital Royalty Partners, providing it with up to $35 million to support the commercial expansion of its digital PCR and targeted DNA sequencing products.

RainDance CEO Roopom Banerjee noted in an interview with GenomeWeb Daily News that the new financing comes at a time of "significant acceleration across every facet" of the company's business – particularly its recently launched RainDrop droplet-based digital PCR platform.

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