Gen-Probe Logs Record Clinical Dx Sales, Weaker Blood Screening Revenues in Q4 2010 | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Gen-Probe this week reported record clinical diagnostic sales in the fourth quarter of 2010, but a decrease in Q4 blood screening revenues, resulting in an overall 2 percent decline in fourth-quarter revenues.

The company also updated investors on the uptake of its recently launched Panther molecular diagnostics platform in Europe, and on plans for US commercialization and test menu build-out for the instrument.

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