NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Danish life sciences and diagnostics firm Exiqon today announced flat year over year revenues for the first quarter.

For the three months ended March 30, Exiqon reported total revenues of DKK 39 million ($5.9 million). Product revenue increased 7 percent on a currency neutral basis to DKK 30.1 million, while service revenue tumbled 31 percent on a currency neutral basis to DKK 4.6 million, due to market fluctuations. License and grant revenues also remained flat at DKK 4.4 million.

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