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MDS Sciex Revenues Slip 4 Percent in Fiscal Q1 as Earnings Slide

MDS Sciex this week reported that instrument sales during its fiscal first quarter declined 4 percent to $71 million from $74 million for the year-ago period.

Profits for MDS Sciex also fell to $19 million from $21 million in the first quarter of 2005, a 9.5-percent decline. The company said the decrease was "principally due to currency."

MDS said that the best-selling products in its Sciex unit were the API 5000, the 4800 MALDI/TOF/TOF, and the 3200 Qtrap.

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