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This article has been updated to include information from a Thermo Fisher Scientific conference call.

NEW YORK – Thermo Fisher Scientific will acquire Qiagen for $11.5 billion, the companies announced early Tuesday morning.

Thermo Fisher will pay €39 ($43.35) per share of Qiagen's stock in cash, representing a premium of about 23 percent on the closing price of Qiagen's common stock on the Frankfurt Prime Standard on March 2, the last trading day prior to the announcement of the deal. The deal also includes the assumption of about $1.4 billion of net debt.

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