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Invitrogen to Acquire Antibody Maker Zymed for $60M

Invitrogen plans to acquire antibody manufacturer Zymed Laboratories for $60 million in cash, the company said this week.

Zymed, based in South San Francisco, Calif., offers immunoassay reagents for research and clinical diagnostics. The company has more than 2,000 antibodies and related products suitable for research in the areas of cancer, neurological diseases, and infectious disease.

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