Yale startup 3PrimiR Raises $2.1M

Xconomy Boston — 

Westport, CT-based diagnostics startup 3PrimiR has raised $2.1 million of a proposed $4 million round of equity financing, according to an SEC filing. Yale scientists launched the startup based on their research that involves how mutations in micro RNA molecules can be used in cancer diagnostics, according to the Yale University Office of Cooperative Research website. The scientists listed as founders of the company on the Web were not immediately available for comment this morning. The SEC filing did not name the investors in the round.