NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Oxford Immunotec has agreed to acquire substantially all of Imugen's assets in a transaction worth $22.2 million in cash.

The purchase price represents approximately twice Imugen's calendar-year 2015 revenues. Oxford expects to close the deal on July 1.

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