PerkinElmer Cites Adoption of Cell Analysis Products for 3 Percent Q4 Revenue Growth | GenomeWeb

PerkinElmer reported this week that its fourth-quarter revenues grew 3 percent, but the firm forecast that its 2009 revenues would be flat or down in the mid-single digits compared to 2008.

During the firm's fourth-quarter conference call this week, a PerkinElmer official said its offerings in the research market continue to benefit from recent new product releases in the reagent area and from increased adoption of cellular imaging and analysis tools.

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