Shares in Stratagene rose 15.9 percent for the trading week ended Tuesday, a week after its shares had gained 17.4 percent. The firm had seen its shares slump to a 52-week low of $3.98 in the month leading up to the turnaround, but investors are clearly showing that they believe the stock was undervalued. The firm’s shares, however, have a long way to go before matching the 52-week high of $11.41.
 

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