Invitae, a maker of a wide array of low-cost genetic medical tests, has reached a deal to acquire Singular Bio to expand its ability to screen babies for disease during the early months of pregnancy.
Invitae (NYSE: NVTA) said Monday it will pay $55 million in cash and stock to acquire privately held Singular Bio. Both companies are based in San Francisco. In addition, Invitae will pay up to $90 million in stock to Singular Bio employees who stay with Invitae after the acquisition. Those stock awards are tied to milestones for the Singular technology.
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