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MuscleSound Gets $4.3M

Denver-based MuscleSound, a startup developing a non-invasive, ultrasound-based testing device to measure glycogen in muscle tissue, has raised $4.3M in a seed funding round. The company said the funding came from a multiple, un-named angel investors. The startup, led by Stephen Kurtz, is using its technology to help detect and prevent soft-tissue muscle injuries. The company said that so far, its technology is being used by the Colorado Rockies, Dallas Mavericks, the University of Colorado and Oregon State University, along with others. Glycogen is used as a muscle's primary energy source during exercise. MuscleSound says its device can provide glycogen results in approximately 15 seconds. More information »


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