Stratagene Drops to 52-Week Low; Agilent Up Sharply | GenomeWeb
Shares in Stratagene dropped to a 52-week low of $5.40 late last week, a few days after the firm posted a second-quarter loss. Despite the announcement earlier this week of a collaboration with Merck unit Rosetta Inpharmatics (see related article), Stratagene’s shares regained little ground, closing Tuesday at $5.49, down 19.7 percent for the tracking period.

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