Qiagen this week reported a 4 percent increase in fourth-quarter revenues and a 7 percent increase in full-year 2012 revenues at constant exchange rates, driven in particular by growth in its molecular diagnostics and applied testing products.

Within the molecular diagnostics and applied testing segments, the company's QiaSymphony modular automated molecular testing system, Rotor-Gene Q real-time PCR instrument, and associated consumables and testing kits were responsible for much of the growth, and will continue to be for the foreseeable future, Qiagen said.

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