NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Stratagene today said it expects fourth-quarter revenue to be around $24.7 million, or 7 percent better than last year’s pro forma revenue of $23 million for the same period.
 
The uptick came largely from sales of the company’s QPCR products and reagents, which were up 7 percent, and from allergy diagnostics products, which were up 23 percent, Stratagene said.
 

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