By a GenomeWeb Staff Reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Investment firm William Blair has initiated coverage of Qiagen with a "Market Perform" rating and estimated adjusted earnings per share in 2011 of $.98 and EPS in 2012 of $1.17, after factoring in the acquisition of Cellestis announced earlier this week.

For 2011, analyst Brian Weinstein estimates Qiagen's revenues to be $1.17 billion, while in 2012 he estimates revenues will total $1.27 billion.

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