Quarterly Review: New Technologies, Markets a Key Focus for Big Research Tools Firms | GenomeWeb

By Tony Fong

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – By now, most life science tool companies have reported their earnings results for the most recently completed quarter. As many of the firms covered by GenomeWeb Daily News reported jumps in revenues year over year, with some improving substantially, many singled out the performance of technologies such as next-generation sequencers, mass spectrometers, and PCR systems not only as revenue drivers for the quarter just ended but also for the future.

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