NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Citing a survey that said that university-based researchers are seeing reductions in their budgets, investment bank Leerink Swann today downgraded several life science tool firms that it covers.
 
Among the firms it downgraded from “outperform” to “market perform” is Waters, which said last night that it expects lower revenues for its fourth quarter than it had previously predicted. The other firms downgraded to “market perform” are Varian, Bruker, and Luminex.
 

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