OpGen has raised $4 million in debt, warrants and securities funding from a group of investors led byÂ In-Q-Tel, Citybizlist reported Tuesday.
Sindhu Madhusudan writes the genome analysis company has also obtained $11.6 million in debt funding from investors such as In-Q-Tel, Harris & Harris Group, Highland Capital Partners, CHL Medical Partners, jVEN CapitalÂ and Cross Creek Advisors.
Gaithersburg, Md.-based OpGen developer of MapSolver, a Whole Genome Mapping System-basedÂ software tool for genome sequence and map analysis work, Â according to the report.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation established OpGen in 2002 with Evan Jones as chairman and CEO, Citybizlist reports.
Madhusudan writes OpGen previously raised $57.6 million from three funding rounds.