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Date:7/19/2010

12.4 Infectious Immunology Market Pipeline Products 168

12.5 Microbiology Culture Market Pipeline Products 170

12.6 Histology and Cytology Market Pipeline Products 171

12.7 Genetic Testing Market Pipeline Products 172

13 Financial Deals Landscape 174

13.1 Acquisition 174

13.1.1 CCS Capital to Acquire Beijing Biochem Hengye Science & Technology Development 174

13.1.2 bioMerieux Completes Acquisition Of Meikang Biotech (Shanghai) 175

13.1.3 PerkinElmer Completes Acquisition Of Sym-Bio LifeScience 176

13.2 Partnerships 177

13.2.1 QIAGEN Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Celera 177

13.2.2 Sequenom Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Optherion 178

13.2.3 QIAGEN Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Johns Hopkins University 179

13.2.4 Response Biomedical Enters Into An Agreement With Guangzhou Wondfo Biotech 180

13.2.5 OraSure Technologies Enters Into An Agreement With Roche Diagnostics 181

13.2.6 Inverness Medical Innovations Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Epocal 182

13.2.7 DxS Signs Cross-Licensing Agreement With Epigenomics 183

14 Recent Developments 184

14.1 Strategy and Business Planning 184

14.1.1 Sep 08, 2009: Qiagen Inaugurates New Asia Headquarters In Shanghai 184

14.2 Legal and Regulatory 184


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