NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Investment bank Leerink Swann has cut its 12-month price target for Helicos BioSciences’ stock to $6 from $10 and has roughly halved its revenue estimates for the firm for fiscal years 2008-2010.
 
Leerink Swann analyst John Sullivan in a research note cited “execution problems” in the second quarter for Helicos, as well as limited “commercial visibility” in the near-term for the firm’s flagship product, the HeliScope single molecule sequencer.
 

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