NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – German regulators have cleared Hologic's $3.7 billion purchase of Gen-Probe, the two companies said today.

The deal, under which Hologic will pay $82.75 for each share of Gen-Probe stock, cleared US antitrust review last month and with clearance from Germany's Federal Cartel Office, required antitrust clearances have been received, the companies said.

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