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Roche to Acquire BioVeris for $600 Million
 
Roche has agreed to acquire BioVeris for $21.50 per share in cash, or approximately $600 million.
 
“This acquisition will allow Roche Diagnostics to expand its immunochemistry business from the human diagnostics field into new market segments such as life science research, life science development, patient self testing, veterinary testing, drug discovery, drug development and clinical trials,” BioVeris said in a statement this week.
 

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