|Avidia Inc. Mountain View, Calif.www.avidia.com
||Morgenthaler Ventures (led), TPG Ventures, MedImmune Ventures, Amgen Ventures, Alloy Ventures, Maxygen Inc
|Bayhill Therapeutics Inc.Palo Alto, Calif. www.bayhilltherapeutics.com
||De Novo Ventures (co-led), Lilly Ventures (co-led), A.M. Pappas & Associates, Boston Life Science Venture Corp.䀬 Grand Cathay Venture Capital Co.,Montreux Equity Partners, PAC-LINK Bio Management Corp, Prudence Venture Investment Corp., Pharma- Bio Development, CMEA Ventures, Latterell Venture Partners, Morgenthaler Ventures, U.S. Venture Partners, The Vertical Group.
||Develops drugs focused on autoimmune diseases. The company raised about $12M in a Series A infusion in 2002 at a PMV of about $20M.
|Celator Pharmaceuticals Inc. Vancouver, Canada www.celator.ca
||Domain Associates, Quaker BioVentures, TL Ventures, Ventures West Management, GrowthWorks, Business Development Bank of Canada, Hearthstone Investments Inc.
||Develops biopharmaceutical technology for use in cancer therapies. The company has offices in Vancouver and Princeton, N.J.
|Conforma Therapeutics Corp. San Diego www.conformacorp.com
||Domain Associates, Forward Ventures, Inglewood Ventures, Lilly BioVentures, Novo AS, ProQuest Investments, RBC Capital Partners, RiverVest Venture Partners, S.R. One Ltd.
||Develops small-molecule oncology drugs. The funding brings the Series C round to more than $41M.
|Cytochroma Inc. Markham, Canada www.cytochroma.com
||VenGrowth Private Equity Partners (led), CDP Capital, Business Development Bank of Canada, GeneChem Financial Corp., Canadian Medical Discoveries.
||Develops drugs, some of which focus on dermatology and oncology.
|Receptor Biologix Inc. South San Francisco www.receptorbiologix.com
||Skyline Ventures, Domain Associates, Essex Woodlands Health Ventures, MedImmune Ventures, Takeda Research Investment, Northwest Technology Ventures.
||Develops drugs focused on cancer, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The company had raised $40K of seed funding in 2003 from the Oregon Health & Science University. The Series A funding was at a PMV of about $40M.
|Prenova Inc. Marietta, Ga.www.prenova.com
||Frontenac Co., River Cities Capital Funds, Austin Ventures.
||Identifies and controls the cost of energy for companies. The company has raised more than $17M in funding since a 2003 recap.
|Solaris Nanosciences Corp. Providence, R.I. www.solarisnano.com
||Slater Technology Fund.
||Develops nano-particles for use in making solar energy panels and video displays.
|Sorrent Inc. San Mateo, Calif. www.sorrent.com
||Granite Global Ventures (led), BA Venture Partners, Globespan Capital Partners, Sienna Ventures.
||Develops electronic games for mobile device. The company has raised more than $48M since its 2001 inception, including a $20M Series C infusion last year.
|GTESS Corp. Richardson, Texas www.gtess.com NA/B San Jose, Calif. www.resolutionhealth.com
||HLM Venture Partners (led), Adams Harkness Ventures, General Catalyst Partners, Kodiak Venture Partners. Provides health care data analytics. The Trident Capital.
||Provides business process outsourcing services to the health care industry, funding amount was not disclosed.
|3F Therapeutics Inc. Lake Forrest, Calif.-based www.3ftherapeutics.com
||Domain Associates, Boston Scientific, FjordInvest.
||Makes cardiac and circulatory devices. Overall, 3F has raised $34 million in VC funding since its 1998 inception.
|Luminetx Corp. Memphis, Tenn. www.luminetx.com
||Makes a digital imaging systems that lets medical professionals map veins for use in medical procedures.
|Xoft Microtube Inc. Fremont, Calif. www.xoftmicrotube.com
||Maverick Capital (led), MPM Capital, Sutter Hill Ventures, Mosaix Ventures, Frantz Medical Ventures, Frazier Healthcare Ventures.
||Makes micro x-ray catheter for radiation therapy.
|Tagsys Doylestown, Penn. www.tagsys.net
||Endeavour, Elliott Associates. The company has raised more than $43M,
||Provides RFID technology. The company also has offices in France and Singapore. with such other investors as Axa Private Equity, Add Partners, Joint Investment Fund for Young Enterprises and Saffron Hill Ventures.
|NetZentry Inc. Palo Alto, Calif. www.netzentry.com
||U.S. Venture Partners, Alloy Ventures.
||Provides network security technologies. Stuart Phillips of USVP and John Shoch of Alloy joined the board.
|Resolution Health Inc . www.resolutionhealth.com
||Provides health care data analytics. The San Jose, Calif. funding amount was not disclosed
|Orchestria Corp. New York www.orchestria.com
||Paladin Capital Group, Goldman Sachs, RRE Ventures, New York City Investment Fund, Benchmark Capital, Constellation Ventures, Doughty Hanson Technology Ventures.
||Provides software to help businesses manage communications.
|Worksoft Inc. Dallas www.worksoft.com
||Crescendo Ventures (led), Austin Ventures.
||Provides automated testing software solutions.
|DATAllegro Inc. Aliso Viejo, Calif. www.datallegro.com
||Adams Capital Management (led), Palomar Ventures, Venrock Associates.
||Provides data warehouse appliances.
|InPhase Technologies Inc. Longmont, Colo.-based www.inphase-technologies.com
||Bayer MaterialScience AG.
||Develops holographic data storage technology. Bayer is funding the company as part of a deal joint development agreement. Previous investors of InPhase include Madison Dearborn Partners, New Venture Partners and Newton Technology Partners, among others.
|Akorri Networks Inc. Littleton, Mass. www.akorri.com
||Matrix Partners, North Bridge Venture Partners, BlueStream Ventures.
|| Information about the technology startup was not available.
|CebaTech Inc. Red Bank, N.J. www.cebatech.com
||New Jersey Technology Council Venture Fund (co-led), Fund 2M Technology Ventures (co-led), SAS Investors.
||Develops biotherapeutic proteins. Provides solutions for accelerating the development of complex communication protocols in silicon.