Helicos Shares up Sharply in First few Days of '09 | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Shares of Helicos BioSciences have risen sharply over the first three days of trading in 2009.
Shares of the Cambridge, Mass.-based developer of single-molecule DNA sequencing systems are up nearly 300 percent so far this year from a Dec. 31 close of $.39 to today’s close of $1.49 on the Nasdaq.

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