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By Edward Winnick

SAN FRANCISCO (GenomeWeb News) - Gen-Probe officials told investors Monday at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference that although the firm expects product sales growth in the high-single digits for 2011, sales are expected to be in the double digits for several years afterward as the firm expands the menu for its new Panther molecular diagnostics system.

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