Fierce Biotech April 18, 2024
Conor Hale

Bruker Corporation has emerged as the winner of an auction for NanoString Technologies and its spatial biology assets after the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this year.

The successful cash bid of about $392.6 million will lift NanoString out of bankruptcy proceedings and aims to ensure customers’ access to the company’s multi-omic products through Bruker’s life science instrument catalog.

“The sale to Bruker will also bring about a swift conclusion of our restructuring process,” NanoString President and CEO Brad Gray said in a statement. “Our loyal customers, suppliers and employees have stood with us through this dynamic period, and we are grateful for their dedication to the future of our technology and our mission to map the universe...

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