NEWSBRIEF: Incyte Genomics Posts Shrunken Q1 Revenue, Widened Loss | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May. 1 - Incyte Genomics today posted a wider first-quarter loss and blamed falling subscription and licensing revenue.

Revenue fell to $29 million from $51 million after the firm discontinued its custom genomic product lines last October, the company said.

 

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