PerkinElmer Banks on Cell-Analysis Products, Service to Grow Revs as Costs Limit Q1 Profit | GenomeWeb
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PerkinElmer last week posted a 14 percent increase in first-quarter revenues, while restructuring, acquisition, and service contract start-up costs took a chunk out of its profit.
 

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