NEW YORK, Feb 7 – Software developer Genomica said Wednesday its fourth quarter 2000 revenues increased to $466,000, compared with $335,000 in the corresponding quarter in 1999, as the number of customers licensing the Discovery Manager software increased and additional users within existing customers rose.

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