The Oakland, California-based company will use the funding to speed the manufacturing and commercialization of its dual alcohol and marijuana breathalyzer.
The firm said that it is working with partners to provide collection devices that can be used at home, making it easier for people to gain access to tests.
The firm said that it is developing an over-the-counter diagnostic technology to detect mosquito-borne illnesses in minutes instead of days.
The Tokyo-based firm said it will use the funding to support prototyping and commercialization of its mass spectrometry and optical spectroscopy instruments.
The firm said it will use the funding to invest in research and development that will improve upon its deep shotgun metagenomic sequencing technology.
MyCartis said that the new company, Antelope Dx, is developing a home test to diagnose Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhea.
The financing, led by Accelerated Digital Ventures, will go toward the development of 20 tests targeted at cancers and dementias.
The German firm has developed a PCR technology that rapidly regulates temperature with so-called microcyclers diffused in the master mix solution.
Formerly known as Diassess, the Emeryville, California-based startup will use the funding to finance regulatory clearances and early commercialization.
Denka now owns 33.4 percent of PlexBio's shares. PlexBio will use the financing for operations and product development.