This article was originally published May 12.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) − Bio-Rad Laboratories plans to commercialize GnuBio's droplet-based sequencing technology within two years, the company said last week. It also disclosed that it paid $40 million in cash for GnuBio when it acquired the firm last month, and could make up to $70 million in development and sales milestone payments over the next three years.

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