NEW YORK, April 27 – Hyseq has less than $15 million in the bank—drawn from a $20 million loan provided by Chairman George Rathman in February, but Peter Garcia, the new chief financial officer, is optimistic about the company’s future.

“The company to me seems undervalued,” said Garcia. “There is potential for significant growth over the next few years.”

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