NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Biotage expects to cut around 65 jobs at its Charlottesville, Va., facilities rather than the 50 it had initially estimated when it announced the layoffs in January.

A Biotage spokesperson told GenomeWeb Daily News today that the firm had around 75 employees in Charlottesville before the initial round of layoffs was announced. She said the cuts were being made in waves a few months apart.

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