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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Shares of Helicos BioSciences and Rosetta Genomics rose more than 100 percent each during January to lead the 36 stocks that comprise the GenomeWeb Daily News Index.

Their shares were by far the biggest gainers for the month, with the next-biggest increase coming from shares of Caliper Life Sciences, which rose 33 percent for the month. Rosetta's shares gained 153 percent and Helicos closed the month up 136 percent.

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