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NEW YORK – With an influx of new funding, instrument vendor Atonarp is shifting its focus to its optical spectroscopy and clinical diagnostics business.

The Tokyo-based company announced this week that it closed a $33 million Series C funding round. According to Atonarp COO Dave Anderson, the firm plans to use the funds to support its existing mass spectrometry businesses, which primarily targets industrial and process control markets, and develop its nonlinear optical spectroscopy technology for biosensing and imaging applications.

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