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Apex BioStrategists Advises On Flow Cytometry Sale To Coulter
Date:5/22/2012

MIAMI, May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- APEX BIOSTRATEGISTS, A FULL SERVICE ADVISORY FIRM, LED THE TEAM ADVISING THE SELLERS IN THE RECENT ASSET SALE BY NPE SYSTEMS, INC. AND BLUE OCEAN BIOMEDICAL, LLC, BOTH OF PEMBROKE PINES, FLORIDA, TO BECKMAN COULTER. NPE AND BLUE OCEAN WERE TECHNOLOGY LEADERS IN THE FIELD OF FLOW CYTOMETRY WHICH PROVIDES DIAGNOSTIC BLOOD AND TISSUE TESTING FOR PATIENT MONITORING AND FOR DRUG RESEARCH. BECKMAN COULTER IS A MARKET LEADER IN THE SALE OF FLOW CYTOMETRY SYSTEMS TO HOSPITALS AND TESTING LABS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.

"WE HAVE BEEN ADVISING NPE AND BLUE OCEAN FOR SEVERAL YEARS AS THEY DEVELOPED CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES AND LICENSED THEM TO MAJOR COMPANIES INCLUDING COULTER AND SONY IN THE PAST.", SAID MARTIN DOYLE, PRINCIPAL OF APEX. "IT IS REALLY GRATIFYING WHEN WE SEE A CLIENT GROW FROM LITERALLY A GARAGE TO A WORLD CLASS COMPANY THAT CAN OFFER THEIR TECHNOLOGY TO A QUALITY COMPANY LIKE BECKMAN COULTER. WE ARE VERY PLEASE TO HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH THE OWNERS AND EMPLOYEES TO GUIDE THEIR GROWTH AND HELP THEM NAVIGATE TO THIS VERY SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION", CONTINUED DOYLE. "WE ARE HAPPY TO SEE THEIR HARD WORK AND SACRIFICE PAY OFF. THIS IS THE CLASSIC ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS STORY, AND ONE WE SEE WITH OUR CLIENTS AROUND THE WORLD AS MORE ESTABLISHED COMPANIES LOOK TO INVENTIVE SHOPS LIKE NPE AND BLUE OCEAN FOR INNOVATION AND NEW PRODUCTS."

NPE AND BLUE OCEAN DEVELOPED AN INTEGRATED BLOOD TESTING SYSTEM THAT WILL BE SMALLER, LESS COSTLY AND MUCH MORE AUTOMATED THAN THOSE CURRENTLY FOUND IN HOSPITAL TEST FACILITIES OR OUTSIDE REFERENCE LABS. THESE NEW SYSTEMS REDUCE THE LABOR FACTOR, INCREASE THROUGHPUT AND GENERALLY MEET THE NEEDS OF THE CLINICAL AND RESEARCH INDUSTRIES, ACCORDING TO DOYLE. FLOW CYTOMETRY USED TO TEST FOR DISEASE, MONITOR MEDICATION LEVELS IN BLOOD AND CHARACTERIZE TISSUE BIOPSIES. BY MAKING THE TESTING SYSTEM SMALLER AND E
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