Stratagene's Q4 Profits Triple on IP Settlement, But Revenues Slide On '05 Settlement Gain | GenomeWeb
The original version of this article failed to report that Stratagene posted a decline in fourth-quarter 2006 revenue because of one-time settlement income received from Cambridge Antibody Technology during the fourth quarter of 2005.
 
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Stratagene yesterday said fourth-quarter revenues fell 57 percent as R&D spending dipped 18 percent and profit increased 350 percent as the company settled an expensive patent-litigation suit with Third Wave Technologies.
 

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