NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Adaptive Biotechnologies today announced it raised $105 million in private funding, which will allow it to expand its immunosequencing research platform and clinical diagnostic products.

Viking Global Investors contributed $5 million to complete Adaptive Bio's Series C financing round and $100 million into its Series D round. Viking was the sole investor in the Series D financing and will take an observer seat on Adaptive Bio's board, Seattle-based Adaptive Bio said.

It has raised a total of $120 million, it added.

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