CuraGen Shows That 454's Q4 Revenue Dipped 1.1 Percent, Not 16 Percent | GenomeWeb
This update adds revenue breakdown by business segment and includes 454’s contribution to fourth-quarter 2005 revenue not originally released.
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A CuraGen spokesperson today disclosed that the company’s 454 Life Sciences unit saw a 1.1-percet dip in total revenue during the fourth-quarter of 2006.

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