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MacroGenics Closes $30.5M Series B VC Round

MacroGenics, a genomics- and proteomics-tools company co-founded by Lee Hood and Ruedi Aebersold, has collected $30.5 million in a Series B round of private-equity financing, the company said today.

Alta Partners and TPG Ventures led the financing, which included investments by Mithra Group, Red Abbey Venture Partners, Emerging Technology Partners, and Series A shareholders InterWest Partners, MPM Capital, OrbiMed, Cogene BioTech Ventures, Vivo Ventures, and Hunt Ventures.

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