Bio-Rad executives said this week that first-quarter sales of the firm's digital PCR platform and related products increased year over year, helping to drive approximately 1 percent year-over-year and 2.5 percent sequential growth in the company's Life Science segment.

The uptick in Life Science sales buoyed Bio-Rad's overall revenues, which crept up 3 percent year over year but fell short of consensus analyst estimates on the top and bottom lines due to what the company called "softness" in research markets.

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