With Dwindling Q2 Revenues, Pyrosequencing Announces Cost-Cutting Plan | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Aug. 8-With sharply declining revenues and wider losses for the second quarter of 2002, Pyrosequencing today announced a company-wide plan to slash monthly costs by 10 percent.


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