Beckman Coulter Hopes Consumables, Asia Expansion Will Drive 2006 Revenue Growth | GenomeWeb

After reporting a 5.4-percent decline in fourth-quarter revenue, Beckman Coulter officials said the best way to track the firm's growth over the next year would be through the sales of its consumables.

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