NEW YORK, March 1 – Mass spectrometer maker Bruker Daltonics reported Thursday a 14.1 percent increase in fourth quarter revenues to $21.8 million, compared with $19.1 million in the year ago period, despite unfavorable foreign currency effects.

Top line growth before the currency effects increased 43 percent. As a percent of product revenues, life science systems revenue accounted for 69 percent, substance detection systems revenue accounted for 17 percent, and aftermarket revenues made up 14 percent in the last three months of 1999.

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