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LIFE IN the genomics world changes quickly. A company can be a market darling one quarter, announcing a handful of deals and promising strong revenue growth and future earnings, then fall from favor just a few months later. Conversely, a company that appears to be failing to gain investor attention can suddenly make a breakthrough announcement that triggers a reversal of fortune.

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