UPDATE: DoubleTwist Withdraws Initial Public Offering, Cites Poor Market Conditions | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK, March 7 – Closely following its decision to lay off nearly 10 percent of its staff, bioinformatics company DoubleTwist filed Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission to withdraw its initial public offering.  

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