NEW YORK, May 7 – Bruker Daltonics reported strong revenue growth for the first quarter of 2001, with revenue jumping to $21.7 million from $14 million in the comparable quarter a year ago.

The company classified 70 percent of its revenue from life science products, 8 percent from substance detection products, and 22 percent from aftermarket products.

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