Siemens Test of MassArray Is Positive As Sequenom Inches Toward Own ASRs | GenomeWeb

Siemens this week finished preliminary testing of the diagnostics capabilities of Sequenom's MassArray Compact platform at two CLIA testing sites in the United States and Europe, a step toward producing assays to run on its flagship system.

The good news slightly preceded Sequenom's disappointing fourth-quarter 2005 earnings report, and a decision by the Nasdaq exchange to delist the company for failing to maintain a minimum bid price for its shares. (Sequenom will continue to trade on the exchange while the company appeals its case.)

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