NEW YORK, June 19 - Three weeks after announcing its proposed acquisition of Gemini Genomics, Sequenom provided additional details Tuesday about the combined company's business strategy and financial projections.

In May, San Diego-based Sequenom said that it had agreed to acquire clinical genomics company Gemini Genomics, of Cambridge, UK, for $238 million in stock in an effort to boost the company's drug development and clinical capabilities. 

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