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CEO Jim Walker told us it was an extension of the original $4.4 million Series A, which the company closed earlier this year. While Walker declined to disclose the names of his investors for the Series A, the SEC filing listed his twin brother (and former cofounder) Neal Walker and biotech entrepreneur Stephen Tullman.-30-
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