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BGI-Shenzhen Completes Acquisition of Complete Genomics
Date:3/18/2013

SHENZHEN, China and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BGI-Shenzhen ("BGI"), a leading international genomics organization based in Shenzhen, China, today announced that through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Beta Acquisition Corporation, it has successfully completed the acquisition of Complete Genomics, Inc. (formerly NASDAQ: GNOM) ("Complete"), an innovative leader in accurate whole human genomic sequencing.

BGI accomplished the acquisition through a cash tender offer to purchase all of Complete's outstanding shares of common stock for $3.15 per share, followed by a short-form merger effective March 18, 2013.

BGI will operate Complete as a separate wholly-owned subsidiary and offer a broad array of genomic research technology across a variety of platforms. Dr. Clifford Reid will remain as CEO of Complete. The company has retired its ticker symbol, GNOM.

"We are delighted to now join forces with Complete," said Dr. Wang Jun , CEO of BGI. "We greatly value the employees and the work of Complete, which will benefit our genomic research by its complete and accurate whole human genome sequencing technology. We look forward to working together to support the advancement of innovative biotechnology, healthcare and other related fields."

"Complete and BGI share a vision of how whole genome sequencing can revolutionize clinical medicine," Dr. Reid said. "Before the end of this decade, I expect people around the world to routinely receive medical advice and treatment based on their own unique genetic makeup."

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Citi served as financial advisor for the transaction to BGI and O'Melveny & Myers LLP was BGI's legal counsel.  Complete was advised by Jefferies & Company, Inc. a
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