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Invitrogen continued to cash in on changes instituted through 2006 into early this year as it reported a $40 million profit this week for the third quarter, compared to a loss of $129.8 million a year ago.
 
Revenues for the three months ended Sept. 30 rose 10.8 percent to $315 million from $284.2 million a year ago. Revenues for the company’s BioDiscovery division, which houses Invitrogen’s proteomics tools, climbed 10.5 percent to $220.4 million from $199.5 million one year ago.
 

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