NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Investment bank BTIG initiated coverage of NanoString Technologies on Monday with a Buy rating, saying new market opportunities could await the company's nCounter platform. 

BTIG analyst Dane Leone had a price target of $16 on NanoString's stock and estimated the company's full-year 2015 revenues at $61 million with a loss per share of $1.90. 

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