Informax to Report Increased Q1 Revenues, Greater-Than-Expected Losses | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 4 – Informax expects to report first quarter 2001 revenues of $6.5 million, double the $3.2 million in revenues it reported for the year ago quarter, but expects losses to be significantly wider than Wall Street’s expectations, the company said Wednesday.

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