Issue Date: April 9, 2012
Sigma-Aldrich Buys Research Organics
Sigma-Aldrich has acquired Cleveland-based Research Organics for an undisclosed amount. The nearly 60-year-old company makes biological buffers and other high-purity biochemicals for use in molecular biology, diagnostics, cell culture, and pharmaceutical production. It has become part of Sigma-Aldrich’s fine chemicals unit, which can now supply buffers from two sites. “Research Organics is an important addition to our pharmaceutical-grade portfolio of raw materials for the biopharmaceutical industry,” SAFC President Gilles A. Cottier says.
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