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    1. Leica Microsystems buys Duke medical imaging spinout Bioptigen

      Leica Microsystems buys Duke medical imaging spinout Bioptigen

      A buyout announcement today from Morrisville medical imaging company Bioptigen is the latest evidence that support from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center can be important. The 2004 Duke University spinout, which makes specialized high-resolution imaging devices for non-invasive diagnoses of eye diseases and other medical applications, has reached agreement to be purchased by German powerhouse Leica Microsystems. Leica Microsystems, based in Wetzlar, Germany, a global leader in microscopy and imaging systems, said it’s buying Bioptigen to strengthen its position in the ophthalmology market. Bioptigen is a technology leader in the field of optical coherence tomography (OCT), a form of ...

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