William Blair Begins Coverage of Sequenom, Bullish on MaterniT21 Assay | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – William Blair initiated coverage of Sequenom today with an Outperform rating, citing the commercial potential of the San Diego-based company's T21 molecular diagnostics test.

Analyst Brian Weinstein estimated in a research note that Sequenom would have 2011 revenues of $54.8 million and 2012 revenues of $78.8 million.

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