After 2006 Integration Problems, Invitrogen Will Concentrate on Fewer, Smaller Buys | GenomeWeb
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As Invitrogen seeks to rebound from a year made difficult primarily by the large number of acquisitions it made in 2004 and 2005, a company official said this week that the firm would not shy away from acquisitions, though they would be fewer and smaller than in the past.

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