PerkinElmer Buys Two Shops to Bolster Maternal Health Play, Will Supply Screening Tools to Texas | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PerkinElmer has acquired NTD Laboratories and J.N. Macri Technologies for around $56.65 million, bringing the company closer to its goal of building a “screening and diagnostics capability in maternal health,” PerkinElmer said today.

Separately today, PerkinElmer said Texas has selected it to supply instruments and reagents for its enhanced newborn screening program.

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