NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Gene Logic today said that its ongoing strategic review of its genomics division has led it to consider “a spin-off entity with a retained equity position or other alternative structures to capture value for Gene Logic.”
 
The company made the remarks in its forth-quarter earnings statement, in which it said revenues decreased 60 percent as R&D spending remained flat and net loss increased 133 percent.
 

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