With $8M Bio Asia Acquisition, Invitrogen Sows Growth Seeds in Gem Market of Asia-Pacific | GenomeWeb

With the announcement last week of its plans to acquire Shanghai-based Bio Asia, a 5-year-old reagent manufacturer and R&D services provider, Invitrogen took another step in ramping up its presence in the Asia-Pacific market, which CEO Greg Lucier described as the “real gem of our business.”

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