Medical-device Maker Cook Group, Inc. Acquires Indianapolis Cell, Tissue Processing Company
4/10/2012 8:21:27 AM
Medical-device maker Cook Group has bought an Indianapolis company that specializes in cell and tissue processing and cryopreservation technologies. Bloomington-based Cook didn't disclose what it paid to acquire General BioTechnology, which also runs an umbilical cord blood and tissue bank for individuals and a reproductive tissue bank. Cook Group vice president Neal Fearnot tells The Herald-Times that the acquisition will allow the some 20 employees of General BioTechnology to continue that work while utilizing Cook's resources and support.
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