NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Exiqon today reported a 5 percent increase year over year in its revenues for 2013, while revenues in its fourth quarter shrank 16 percent.

The Danish firm said that total revenues in 2013 grew to DKK123.6 million ($22.6 million) from DKK117.4 million in 2012. Life Sciences revenues rose 6 percent to DKK118.4 million from DKK111.3 million, offsetting a 15 percent drop in Diagnostics revenues to DKK5.2 million from DKK6.1 million, Exiqon said in its annual report.

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