NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Biosite said today that Inverness Medical Innovations has given the company a set of revised commitment letters from Inverness' “proposed financing sources” that will likely pay for its unsolicited bid to acquire Biosite for $90 a share. 
 
Biosite said it will file these revisions with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, but those changes are not yet available on the SEC’s website.
 

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