NEW YORK, Nov. 8 – Orchid BioSciences of Princeton, NJ, said Thursday its third quarter revenues rose 51 percent in the third quarter to $7.4 million, compared with $4.9 million, in the year ago period. 

Orchid attributed the increase to revenues from its genotyping services and product sales.

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