NEW YORK, May 2 – InforMax reported first-quarter 2001 revenues of $6.6 million Wednesday, more than double first-quarter 2000 revenues of $3.2 million.

The company attributed its increased revenues to new sales of Genomax, its genomic and proteomic analysis bioinformatics platform.

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