Millipore expects its recent $1.4-billion acquisition of Serologicals to double the value of the firm by 2009, with biosciences and bioprocess remaining the two top areas of growth for the company.
 
The Serologicals acquisition, which was completed in July, enabled Millipore to access new high-growth research markets and placed it in more direct competition with several companies in the BCW Index, including Invitrogen, Qiagen, and Sigma-Aldrich.
 

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