NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Exact Sciences said on Monday that its board of directors has rejected a bid from Sequenom to buy the company for $1.50 per share in Sequenom common stock.

Exact said that the board agreed unanimously to rebuff Sequenom's proposed acquisition, and that the company is "actively pursuing a strategic alternative" that could offer greater value for shareholders than the Sequenom offer.

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