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Biotech firm Noxilizer acquires Japanese SAIAN Corp.

Biotechnology firm Noxilizer, which manufactures sterilization technology for medical devices and equipment, has bought SAIAN Corp. in an assets acquisition, reports the Baltimore Business Journal. According to a statement from the company, “Both companies have been involved in developing nitrogen dioxide as a sterilization solution for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies, as well as hospitals.” […]

Noxilizer CEO Lawrence Bruder, left, with Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley. Photo courtesy of the UMB Elm.

Biotechnology firm Noxilizer, which manufactures sterilization technology for medical devices and equipment, has bought SAIAN Corp. in an assets acquisition, reports the Baltimore Business Journal.

According to a statement from the company, “Both companies have been involved in developing nitrogen dioxide as a sterilization solution for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies, as well as hospitals.”
Read the Baltimore Business Journal story.
As Technically Baltimore reported in November, Noxilizer has been growing quickly, adding employees and receiving $500,000 from the Mount Vernon-based Abell Foundation. The company recently moved from the UMBC Research and Technology Park to the University of Maryland BioPark.

Companies: bwtech@UMBC / University of Maryland BioPark

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