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About BioImagene

BioImagene is a provider of image informatics solutions for digital pathology, covering a wide range of products from Discovery to Diagnostics. All products are for research use only except Pathiam Imaging Software for HER2/neu. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

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919 Hermosa Court

Sunnyvale, California, 94085,

United States


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BioImagene Patents

BioImagene has filed 2 patents.

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G protein coupled receptors, Transcription factors, Image processing, Rare diseases, Clusters of differentiation


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BioImagene Inc. Mergers Acquisitions MA Partnerships Alliances and Investment Report Prices from USD $350

Nov 28, 2016

BioImagene, Inc. Mergers Acquisitions MA, Partnerships Alliances and Investment Report Prices from USD $350 00:24 EST 28 Nov 2016 | BioPortfolio Reports Home » Topics » Biotechnology Business » Latest News » BioImagene, Inc. Mergers Acquisitions MA, Partnerships Alliances and Investment Report Prices from USD $350 Summary MarketLine's Company Mergers Acquisitions MA, Partnerships Alliances and Investments reports offer a comprehensive breakdown of the organic and inorganic growth activity undertaken by an organization to sustain its competitive advantage. MarketLines' BioImagene, Inc. Mergers Acquisitions MA, Partnerships Alliances and Investments report includes business description, detailed reports on mergers and acquisitions MA, divestments, capital raisings, venture capital investments, ownership and partnership transactions undertaken by BioImagene, Inc. since January 2007. Key Findings Provides intelligence on BioImagene, Inc. MA, strategic partnerships and alliances, capital raising and private equity transactions. Detailed reports of various financial transactions undertaken by BioImagene, Inc. and its subsidiaries since 2007. Information about key financial and legal advisors for BioImagene, Inc.'s financial deals transactions. Financial deals tables and charts covering deal value and volumes trend, deal types and geographybased deal activity. ReasonsToBuy Access comprehensive financial deals data along with charts and graph covering MA, private equity, and partnerships and alliances. Form an independent opinion about BioImagene, Inc.'s growth strategies through the organic and inorganic activities undertaken since 2007. Track your competitors' business structure and growth strategies. Related Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare News

BioImagene Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was BioImagene founded?

    BioImagene was founded in 2003.

  • Where is BioImagene's headquarters?

    BioImagene's headquarters is located at 919 Hermosa Court, Sunnyvale.

  • What is BioImagene's latest funding round?

    BioImagene's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did BioImagene raise?

    BioImagene raised a total of $42.2M.

  • Who are the investors of BioImagene?

    Investors of BioImagene include Roche Holding, ICCP Venture Partners, Hawaii Angels, Ascension Ventures, Artiman Ventures and 8 more.

  • Who are BioImagene's competitors?

    Competitors of BioImagene include Huron Digital Pathology, Magellan Biosciences, Applied Spectral Imaging, AngioLogix, BioFX Laboratories and 12 more.

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