Bush s 06 NIH Budget Boon for Some Genomic Shops, Hindrance for Others | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb. 8 (GenomeWeb News) - President Bush's proposed 2006 NIH budget increase of .7 percent may spur investment in genomics consumables shops such as Cepheid, Illumina, Invitrogen, and Serologicals, but tool makers such as Applied Biosystems are expected to have "ongoing difficulties," according to a Pacific Growth Equities analyst report released today.

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