NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – After a mixed picture in May, shares of firms in the omics research tools and MDx space rebounded in June as the GenomeWeb Daily News Index improved by more than 5 percent month over month.

Exact Sciences (+26 percent) paced the gainers, followed by Sequenom (+26 percent), Pacific Biosciences (+25 percent), and GenMark Diagnostics (+23 percent).

Vermillion (-4 percent) and CombiMatrix (-4 percent) were the biggest decliners in June.

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