By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Private equity firm Linden LLC has paid an undisclosed sum to purchase the Hycor Biomedical business of Agilent Technologies.

Hycor, which specializes in allergy, autoimmune, and urinalysis diagnostics, became part of Agilent through that firm's 2007 acquisition of Stratagene. Hycor had only been part of Stratagene for a few years before the deal with Agilent.

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