NEW YORK, July 31 – British genomics and proteomics company Genetix Group said Tuesday its revenues for the first half of 2001 increased 66 percent to 7.3 million pounds ($10.4 million) compared with 4.4 million pounds in the year ago period, as sales of instruments and consumables rose.

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