LGC Buys KBioscience

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – UK science services firm LGC today announced it has acquired KBioscience for an undisclosed amount.

LGC's Genomics division and KBioscience will be combined to offer genomic services and solutions, LGC said. KBioscience provides genotyping services, chemistries, and related products, and the acquisition extends and LGC's genomics services and products.

The deal also further's LGC Genomics' goal to become Europe's leading provider of genomic services, LGC added.

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