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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Sequenom today reported preliminary 2015 revenue of $128 million, below analyst estimates of $130 million.

The company also said it accessioned 42,000 total commercial diagnostic test samples in the fourth quarter, up from 41,000 in the third quarter. Of the 42,000 tests, 37,300 were noninvasive prenatal test samples. In addition, Sequenom accessioned 3,000 of its MaterniT Genome test in Q4, the assay's first full quarter of sales.

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