NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Fluorotechnics, which announced earlier this week that it had acquired The Gel Company (GelCo), has filed with the Australian Stock Exchange to raise up to $12 million through an initial public offering of common stock.
 
The Sydney, Australia-based firm makes instruments, gels, and other consumables for DNA and protein research, including proteomics, cell analysis, and diagnostics. It was spun out of Macquarie University in 2002.

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