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July 28, 2008 “Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

Last Monday, UroPath, Inc., an Arlington, Texas, company operating anatomic pathology laboratory condominium complexes in several states, disclosed its sale to HealthTronics, Inc., of Austin, Texas. Sales price was $7.75 million. UroPath’s former owners are urologists who founded the company in 2003. (See TDR, August 9, 2004.) HealthTronics sells and maintains lithotripters, laser products, and

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Luminex and PerkinElmer Ink Licensing Agreement

CEO SUMMARY: PerkinElmer’s interest in the multiplex capabilities of Luminex’s xMap technology led to this new licensing agreement. PerkinElmer’s instrument systems played a major role in accelerating the work of the Human Genome Project. Now, besides bioresearch applications, PerkinElmer wants to look for opportunities to develop high-volume, multi-analyte assays for in vitro diagnostics.

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Laboratories Sit Squarely Between New Genetics and Today’s Medicine

“Clinical laboratories and pathology groups are at the leading edge of the genetic revolution.” —Rick J. Carlson.

CEO SUMMARY: Healthcare futurist Rick J. Carlson believes that knowledge of the human genome will trigger revolutionary changes in the American healthcare system. In particular, Carlson predicts consumers will drive the primary shift in the way healthcare services are

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“October 23, 2000 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

Get ready for the stock market to begin creating multi-millionaires from today’s generation of commercial laboratory executives. Most laboratorians know that Roche sold $430.5 million of its stock holding in Laboratory Corporation of America stock only seven days ago. Lesser known is the fact that LabCorp executives Thomas McMahon and Brad Smith sold a total

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Bill Bonello Sees Opportunities In Diagnostic Services Companies

CEO SUMMARY: With the clinical laboratory industry now enjoying growing interest by professional investors, THE DARK REPORT traveled to New York City to meet with financial analyst William B. Bonello, of U S Bancorp Piper Jaffray. Bonello co-authored a just-released overview of what he calls the “diagnostic services industry.” He is bullish on the future

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