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NEW YORK – Thermo Fisher Scientific disclosed in a regulatory filing this week that it paid an aggregate purchase price of $14 million for HighChem, a Slovakia-based provider of mass spectrometry software for the identification of compounds that the company acquired in June. HighChem became part of Thermo Fisher's chromatography and mass spectrometry business, in its analytical instruments unit.

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