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January 23rd, 2007
One of those big deals was $57 million of later-stage funding for Northbrook-based Nanosphere, a pharmaceutical company that utilizes nanotechnology.
The deal's lead investor was Boston-based Bain Capital. It also included New York-based Allen & Co. and Chicago's Lurie Investments, Nanosphere's founding investor.
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