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OpGen layoffs precede another funding round

Madison, Wis. - OpGen Technologies, a Madison-based DNA analysis company, has let go of an unspecified number of employees in advance of a second round of venture capital funding.

Dr. Colin Dykes, executive vice president of corporate development and chief scientific officer for OpGen, said the affected workers were let go to control costs as the ......

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Joining Mason Wells in the original funding round were Stonehenge Capital, the State of Wisconsin Investment Board, and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/02/07


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