String of Double-Digit Growth in ABI MS Sales Ends; Total Revs up 6.5 Percent
 
Applied Biosystems this week reported mass spectrometry sales rose to $146. 2 million in its fiscal fourth quarter, an 8.5 percent increase from $134.7 million from a year ago.
 
Overall, net revenues for the quarter, ended June 30, climbed 6.5 percent to $557.3 million, compared to $523.1 million from a year ago. Profits rose to $87.8 million, a 14.5 percent increase from $76.7 million from a year ago.
 

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