Sequenom Shares Rise 32 Percent | GenomeWeb
Shares of Sequenom rose 32 percent for the five-day trading week ended Tuesday to lead all stocks in the BCW Index.
The gain follows last week’s increase of 23 percent for Sequenom. Last week, the company announced that it had licensed a next-generation sequencing technology from Harvard University.
Shares of Cepheid and Bio-Rad Laboratories also had strong weeks, rising 13.5 percent and 13.3 percent, respectively.

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