Invitrogen laid off 60 employees on Aug. 31 and plans to lay off an additional 34 staffers on Oct. 27, according to California employment records.
 
The August lay-offs were in Invitrogen’s South San Francisco, Calif., facility, while the ones scheduled for Oct. 27 will be in the company’s Burlingame space, the records show.
 

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