Epoch Buy Appears to Pay Off as Nanogen Signs Custom Assay Deal with DeCode | GenomeWeb

When Nanogen released its fourth-quarter results last month, investors had reason to be anxious. The San Diego-based company's revenue declined by more than half year over year, while net losses for the quarter increased by nearly 90 percent (see BAN 3/9/2005).

At the time, Nanogen Chairman and CEO Howard Birndorf tried to soothe worried investors by promising a 2005 replete with product launches, increasing revenues, and narrowed losses.

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