Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, life science ranked 18 in number of deals in 2004. The largest life science acquisition in 2004 was Sicor - which was acquired by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries for $3.4B.
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Basingstoke, RG24 8PW
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Oxoid Holdings Limited was a leading, vertically integrated European microbiology business. The company developed, manufactured and distributed a range of high quality media cultures and related products required for microbiological diagnosis in the clinical, food and beverage industries worldwide. Oxoid was headquartered in Basingstoke, England where the majority of products were manufactured. There were also plants in Germany, Canada and Scotland.
Oxoid Holdings was acquired by Thermo Fisher Scientific on February 12, 2004.
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