Millipore to Buy Serologicals for $1.4B in Cash in Bid for New Markets

Millipore will acquire Serologicals for $1.4 billion in cash, which is how much revenue the combined company will likely generate this year, the firms said this week.

The acquisition will enable Millipore's Bioscience Division, which includes tools for protein and DNA research, analytical samples preparation, and bioassay development, to play in the drug-discovery products and services, antibodies, cell-biology reagents, and stem cell research markets.

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