NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Eurofins Group yesterday said it has acquired three undisclosed companies in Germany, Japan, and the US that deal in custom DNA synthesis, analysis, and proteomic services.
 
Though Eurofins did not name the firms, it said together they employ around 200 people generated more than €20 million ($30 million) in 2006. The company said the acquisitions “should contribute positively” to the company’s financials “from 2008 onwards.” It did not elaborate.

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