NEW YORK, Aug. 1 - InforMax on Wednesday reported a slight improvement in second-quarter losses on top of a nearly 130 percent surge in revenues over the same period last year.

The Bethesda, Md.-based bioinformatics company reported a $0.17 diluted net loss per share, beating by 42 cents its earnings per share over the same period last year and by 1 penny a consensus of analysts polled by Thomson Financial/First Call.

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