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Invitrogen Reports Increased Q1 Revenues Despite Soft Sales

Invitrogen this week announced preliminary first-quarter financial results, posting a 12-percent jump in revenues despite sales coming in 3 percent lower than expected.

Invitrogen said revenues in the quarter were $309 million amid slower-than-anticipated sales in the company's US Bioproduction and Japan businesses.

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