Source BioScience's 2009 Revenues Rise 11 Percent | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Source BioScience this week reported that its full-year 2009 revenues grew 11 percent and the firm swung to a profit from a loss year over year.

The UK-based provider of diagnostic and life science research tools and services said that its full-year 2009 revenues were £12.7 million ($18.9 million) compared to £11.5 million for 2008.

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