HandyLab raises millions for diagnostic tool

07/28/2008 | Crain's Detroit Business (free registration)

HandyLab has raised $19.2 million in a round of venture capital for the manufacture and sale of the Jaguar, a diagnostic tool that helps accelerate tests for infectious diseases such as Group B strep and gonorrhea. The machine is designed to detect diseases by analyzing DNA using urine, plasma and blood samples.

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