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Invitrogen Reorganizes in Attempt to Better Connect With Customers

Invitrogen has reorganized its business and formed three new divisions out of its traditional BioDiscovery and BioProduction business units, the company said this week.

As of Jan. 1, 2006, Invitrogen's new units will be called Life Sciences, Bio-Production Systems and Services, and Enabling Technologies division, and each will have its own manufacturing, R&D, and marketing functions, Invitrogen said.

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