Thermo Buys BioCrystal's OptiCell Line; 'Hopes' to Begin Production in September | GenomeWeb
Thermo Fisher Scientific this week said that it has acquired all of the assets of BioCrystal’s OptiCell product line, including trademarks, production equipment, inventory, and 12 patents related to OptiCell technology.
The first step is to transfer the manufacturing from its facility in Westerville, Ohio, to Thermo Fisher’s space in Rochester, NY, said Steve Silverman,vice president and general manager for labware and specialty plastics at Thermo Fisher Scientific, Nalgene and Nunc Products.

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