NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GnuBio today said that it has completed a $10 million Series B round of financing with private investors.

The Cambridge, Mass.-based firm didn't disclose the names of the investors but said that the round included investors from its Series A round. GnuBio completed that $8 million Series A round a year ago, and it also declined to disclose the names of the investors at that time.

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