NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Biomarker test developer GeneNews has reported an increase in its third-quarter 2008 revenue to C$300,000 (US$246,000) from C$200,000 for last year’s third quarter.
The Toronto-based firm said that revenue in the most recent quarter came from a collaboration with an Asian biomedical consortium to identify and validate a set of biomarkers for prostate diseases. That deal was worth US$2 million to GeneNews. The firm’s Q3 2007 revenue came from a collaboration with Pfizer that has since been completed.

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