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Lucigen Receives Funding, Breaks New Ground with Enzyme Research

Madison, Wis. - Sometimes the small things do count. Lucigen Corporation, which specializes in microbial enzyme cloning, has recently received $300,000 in initial investor funding. The Middleton, Wis.-based company plans to generate a total of $1 million through equity financing and a National Science Foundation grant in order to continue to develop......

Full article >>> ting in 100 million sequence reads on Lucigens unknown or rare DNA by the DOEs Joint Genome Institute. After the sequencing is complete, Lucigen will have sole ownership of the DNA sequence information for six months before it is available to the public.

Lucigen was founded in 1998 and has since received a total of $2 million in small business innovative research (SBIR) grants from the
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Source:wistechnology.com By Kristin V. Johnson 01/21/04


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