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Alere Unloads Its Triage Assets To Quidel

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The deal, subject to the completion of Abbott's planned acquisition of Alere, includes the Triage MeterPro cardiovascular and toxicology businesses, as well as the Triage BNP business. These additions will diversify Quidel's portfolio of rapid diagnostic products for critical care settings and give it a stronger presence in the point-of-care market.

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