Selling something that has just been taking up space in the warehouse is like selling on e-bay that homemade hot rod that was assembled over the period of a couple of years.
For all of the R & D that went into the technology, just selling off an asset to set aside money for operations will not affect SP. This is not a repeatable action. In spite of the potential of cryoseal, Thermo doesn't have the capital nor the resources to develop it into a product that US companies want. When a machine cannot be used in the operating chamber, it is not worth much as is. As an investor, I am disappointed that more couldn't have been done with the product, but the current design of cryoseal attenuates its usefulness.
In other words, if the hot rod is not street legal, the potential buyers will be limited and the price of sale will likely be less than the overall money put into the technology.
IMO, the sale will be overlooked by most sagacious investors. Trading one potential asset (the intellectual property of cryoseal) for another (cash) for a one-time discount will not cause much more than a temporary aberration in SP.