Invitrogen to Acquire Cell-Based Assay Company Sentigen for $26M | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Invitrogen today said it will acquire cell-based assay company Sentigen Holding for around $25.9 million in cash.
 
Invitrogen is betting that Sentigen's Tango assay system and division-arrested assay-ready cells will help it grow its own assay-development business by providing an additional way to screen G-protein coupled receptors and other “key” drug target classes.
 

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