Out of Cash and Unable to Pin Down a Partnership, Akceli Shuts Down Operations | GenomeWeb

For the past few weeks, anyone trying to get in contact with microarray developer Akceli has been out of luck — the company’s phones are disconnected, its website is down, and messages to corporate e-mail accounts get bounced back.

As it turns out, the company has folded after being unable to find new investors and failing to generate sufficient revenues to fund operations, according to Rockefeller University researcher Thomas Tuschl, who was a member of Akceli’s scientific advisory board.

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