NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Caliper Life Sciences said today it expects its fourth-quarter 2008 revenues to be $36.5 million, near the upper end of its previous guidance for the quarter of $34 million to $37 million, but 9 percent lower than revenues for the year-ago quarter of $40.3 million.

The company said that it expects to post $133.9 million in full-year 2008 revenue, approximately 5 percent lower than its full-year 2007 revenues of $140.7 million.

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