Navigation Links
VisionGate Closes $2 Million Financing and Announces Collaboration to Evaluate Its 3D Cell Imaging Platform for Early Lung Cancer Detection
Date:10/19/2011

ata and invaluable insight into the potential broad utility of this important new diagnostic technology."

In a presentation at the International Academy for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) 14th World Conference on Lung Cancer in July 2011, VisionGate showed how LuCED harnesses the power of 3D imaging to accurately detect cancer cells in sputum samples from individuals at high-risk of lung cancer, without the use of x-rays.  LuCED works with the company's automated Cell-CT platform to produce detailed 3D images of the cells contained in sputum samples, which the system automatically analyzes to identify key features, or biosignatures, associated with potential malignancy.  The analysis yields a score that indicates whether or not cancer cells are present in the sample.  The Cell-CT system produces strikingly clear and comprehensive 3D images of the cells, enabling extremely accurate classifications.  

Separately, VisionGate reported that it has closed the first $1.96 million tranche of a projected $3 million equity financing.  The financing included both existing and new investors.

Alan Nelson, PhD, chairman and CEO of VisionGate, commented, "We view the enthusiastic response to our current financing round as a testament to the broad potential of our innovative 3D cell imaging technology.  These funds will enable us to continue to rapidly advance the clinical and regulatory development of LuCED and our 3D cell imaging platform."

About The Sheba Medical CenterThe Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer is a university-affiliated tertiary referral hospital that serves as Israel's national medical center in many fields.  Adjacent to Tel Aviv, it is the most comprehensive medical center in the Middle East, renowned for its compassionate care and leading-edge medicine. It is also a major medical-scientific research powerhouse that collaborates internationally with the biotech and pharmaceutical industries to
'/>"/>

SOURCE VisionGate, Inc.
Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related biology technology :

1. PAREXEL Closes the Acquisition of ClinPhone
2. Memory Pharmaceuticals Closes Final Tranche of Equity Financing with The Stanley Medical Research Institute
3. Pathwork Diagnostics Closes $20M Financing
4. World Leader in Bench-Top Flow Chemistry Instruments ThalesNano, Inc. Closes Funding Round
5. AMDL, Inc. Closes Private Placement of Convertible Notes
6. ForteBio, Inc. Closes $25 Million In Series C Financing
7. Helix Biopharma Closes $11.4 Million Private Placement
8. Micromet Closes $40 Million Private Equity Placement
9. Great Basin Scientific, Inc. Closes $3.9 Million in Equity Funding
10. Valor Medical Closes $1.4 Million Convertible Debt and Receives ISO 13485 Certification
11. Starfish Ventures Closes Australias Largest Venture Capital Fund With $185 Million Tech Fund
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/16/2014)... According to Jeff Howell, Partner of Nidea ... new development in Downtown Toronto is expanding at a ... 755 storeys of new development last week (including three ... dominating the Toronto skyline for the foreseeable future in ... for new development. , As the Toronto city council ...
(Date:9/15/2014)... 16, 2014 Cancer Immunotherapy ... Adoptive T-cell Therapies is a new market research ... the three principal types of therapeutics that have ... in cancer immunotherapy (which is often called "immuno-oncology") ... and Adoptive cellular immunotherapy. , The regular ...
(Date:9/15/2014)... fast when a patient has sepsis, a life-threatening condition ... blood -- often too fast for antibiotics to help. ... developed by a team at Harvard,s Wyss Institute for ... treat sepsis. , "Even with the best current ... at least 30 percent of the time," said Mike ...
(Date:9/15/2014)... , Sept. 15, 2014 Zymo ... viral transport solution for safe ambient temperature storage ... molecular testing. Importantly, the infectivity of agents in such ... maintaining the integrity of the viral nucleic acids ... the recent Ebola epidemic in West ...
Breaking Biology Technology:ITRA Global Reports Downtown Toronto Real Estate Development is in High Gear 2ITRA Global Reports Downtown Toronto Real Estate Development is in High Gear 3Cancer Immunotherapy Market: Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors, Cancer Vaccines, and Adoptive T-cell Therapies 2Cancer Immunotherapy Market: Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors, Cancer Vaccines, and Adoptive T-cell Therapies 3Cancer Immunotherapy Market: Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors, Cancer Vaccines, and Adoptive T-cell Therapies 4Cancer Immunotherapy Market: Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors, Cancer Vaccines, and Adoptive T-cell Therapies 5Blood-cleansing biospleen device developed for sepsis therapy 2Blood-cleansing biospleen device developed for sepsis therapy 3Blood-cleansing biospleen device developed for sepsis therapy 4Safe storage and transport of Ebola, Mers-CoV, and other viruses: Groundbreaking viral inactivation solution capable of preserving nucleic acids 2Safe storage and transport of Ebola, Mers-CoV, and other viruses: Groundbreaking viral inactivation solution capable of preserving nucleic acids 3
... Dr. ... San Antonio and South Central Texas, , ... (PRWEB) June 15, 2010 -- For those looking for a trimmer physique without ... Zeltiq ™ Procedure, a new non-invasive body contouring procedure, at his practice - Advanced ...
... data from a retrospective cohort study showed that up to three quarters ... have a substantial adverse effect on major PD-related clinical and health economic ... Disease and Movement Disorders in Buenos Aires, Argentina ( June ... , "The ...
... leading publication on diversity and business, has recognized University Hospitals as a leader among ... , , ... Companies for Diversity based on results from an extensive questionnaire. This is the first ... , , ...
Cached Biology Technology:Dr. Suresh Koneru Introduces Zeltiq Non-Invasive Procedure For Fat Reduction 2Dr. Suresh Koneru Introduces Zeltiq Non-Invasive Procedure For Fat Reduction 3New Study Showed the Impact of Gastrointestinal Disorders in Patients With Parkinson's Disease 2New Study Showed the Impact of Gastrointestinal Disorders in Patients With Parkinson's Disease 3New Study Showed the Impact of Gastrointestinal Disorders in Patients With Parkinson's Disease 4Diversity Publication Names University Hospitals One of Top Hospital Systems in the Nation 2
(Date:9/15/2014)... 2014) The so-called central dogma of molecular ... provided a simplified explanation for how genetic information ... , In reality, of course, the process is ... nearly 60 years ago by Nobel Laureate Francis ... one, there are multiple types of RNA, three ...
(Date:9/15/2014)... a simple, mechanical solution to avoid chromosome sorting ... Science Express. , This natural ... lead to infertility, miscarriage, or congenital conditions. ... problems, but what exactly goes wrong is often ... Trust Center for Cell Biology at the University ...
(Date:9/15/2014)... that a single group of microorganisms may be responsible ... the oceans, with implications for the global carbon cycle ... essential molecule required by most life on this planet, ... of microorganisms because it is so large and complex. ... maintaining the brain and nervous systems, as well as ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Scientists discover RNA modifications in some unexpected places 2Cells simply avoid chromosome confusion 2Cells simply avoid chromosome confusion 3Researchers discover new producer of crucial vitamin 2
... University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has received ... & Melinda Gates Foundation. The grant will support ... Tsuruta, PhD, and Paul Dayton, PhD, titled "Ultrasound as ... professor in the Laboratories for Reproductive Biology in UNC,s ...
... It has been a hard winter for Monarch butterflies, according ... of Kansas. Taylor said that low temperatures, storms and habitat ... "I spend a lot of time fretting over ... for factors or data that will help me understand the ...
... team of researchers led by University of Notre Dame ... thinking about the genomics of speciation. Titled "Widespread genomic ... edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy ... how the genomes of newly forming species should differ ...
Cached Biology News:UNC researchers receive $100,000 Grand Challenges Exploration Grant to develop male contraceptive 2As monarch butterflies journey north, gardeners can help protect species, researcher says 2Paper offers new insights into the genomics of speciation 2
Spastin (Sp 3G11/1)...
mCD-1 10 transcription reactions...
... Rabbits x 2 , ... bleed x1 /each , Immunizations/Boost injections ... (app. 5 ml) x1 /each , ... /each , Final Bleed ~ 100 ml blood ...
Mouse VCAM-1/CD106 MAb (Clone 112702)...
Biology Products: