The cell biology technology provider, which counts Nikon and Varian Medical among its investors, has raised about $215m in venture funding.

US-based digital cell biology developer Berkeley Lights has filed to raise up to $100m in an initial public offering that would enable corporates Nikon and Varian Medical Systems to exit. Berkeley Lights has created technology that captures single-cell specific information to support the development of cell-based products including antibody therapeutics or cell therapies. The company…

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