NEWSBRIEF: Sequenom Q1 Revenue Up on Increased Costs, Widened Losses | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 30 - Sequenom today reported higher first-quarter revenues and increased net losses as strong demand for its genotyping systems and genetic services was outweighed by the increasing expense of the company's gene-discovery efforts.

 

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