US-based financial services firm Morgan Stanley has led a $15.3m Series E round for US-based NanoString Technologies, a spin out of Seattle-based Institute for Systems Biology.

US-listed investment bank Morgan Stanley has co-led a $15.3m Series E preferred stock round of financing into NanoString Technologies with investment management company Alliance Bernstein. NanoString is a spinoff from the institute for Systems Biology and develops molecular diagnostic products and tools for translational research. There were also investments from return backers Clarus Ventures, Draper…

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