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Epigenomics' 2008 Revenues Flat Year over Year; Net Loss Declines

German molecular diagnostics firm Epigenomics this week reported fiscal-year 2008 revenues of €2.6 million (US$3.4 million), flat with revenues of €2.6 million for 2007.

The company's FY 2008 net loss dropped 7 percent to €12.3 million, or €.47 per share, from €13.2 million, or €.74 per share.

The firm noted that its R&D costs declined 5 percent to €10 million from €10.5 million year over year.

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