NEW YORK, April 25 – Hyseq said Wednesday it appointed Peter Garcia as chief financial officer.

“This is an important period for Hyseq as we are adding key players to the team and gathering momentum heading into the next phase of the company's growth," CEO Ted Love said in a statement.

The company was not immediately available to discuss whether Garcia was replacing someone or filling a new position.

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