PITTSFIELD, MA, Developer of cancer diagnostic tests, announced on Thursday it has raised $3.4 million in venture capital. Nuclea is focused on developing tests for colon, breast, leukemia, lung and prostate cancers.
Nuclea Biotechnologies, a developer of cancer diagnostic tests, announced on Thursday it has raised $3.4 million in venture capital. Nuclea is focused on developing tests for colon, breast, leukemia, lung and prostate cancers. The company said it will use the new funds to support continued regulatory efforts in development of its FAS Assays, including clinical trials, facility upgrades, new hires, and general operations.
Nuclea Biotechnologies is a healthcare company dedicated to the development and commercialization of clinical diagnostic assays identifying gene and protein expression profiles characteristic of an individual's tumor or disease. The firm is committed to advancing discovery and validation of clinical test platforms that are predictive of a cancer patient's responsiveness to oncology therapeutics and the likelihood of disease recurrence.
The company utilizes translational medicine-based technology to refine the understanding of the biological principles underpinning human disease, enabling the discovery of disease specific biomarkers. The innovative tests developed identify a patient's predictive response to a particular therapy or assess the risk of the disease developing or recurring later in life. Test results deliver valuable genetic information on the specific disease guiding treatment decisions.
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