Until this week, Invitrogen’s method for quickly expanding its product pipeline — and its top line — was via acquisition.

Highlighted by its $325 million purchase of Molecular Probes in August 2003, the company has expanded its product offerings like an accordion player stretching his arms, buying and integrating eight companies over the past two years to create a broader multiplatform product portfolio of molecular biology instruments, reagents, and services.

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