NEW YORK, Jan 25 – Buoyed by strong sales of its sequencing and mass spectrometry systems, Applied Biosystems reported Thursday revenues of $411 million in fiscal second quarter 2000, a 22 percent increase over revenues of $335.9 million a year ago.
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