NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life sciences instrument maker Harvard Bioscience said today that it has agreed to buy the private molecular biology company Denville Scientific for around $23 million to $24 million.

Metuchen, NJ-based Denville Scientific is focused on liquid handling items used in molecular biology research, and the company’s 2008 revenues were around $19 million.

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