Buying Quantum Dot, BioPixels, Invitrogen Beefs Up Labeling and Detection Offerings | GenomeWeb

A week after CEO Greg Lucier said that Invitrogen plans to expand its presence in the cell-analysis space, the firm announced this week that it has acquired two businesses to do just that.

Invitrogen acquired Quantum Dot and the BioPixels unit of BioCrystal for undisclosed sums, providing the firm with labeling and detection technologies that will add to the portfolio of its Molecular Probes unit and beef up its growing cell analysis business.

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