Despite Healthy Protein Product Revenues, Bio-Rad Life Science Sales Down 2.2 Percent | GenomeWeb
Strong results in its protein research-related products could not bolster Bio-Rad Laboratories’ Life Science segment as sales in the division fell 2.2 percent to $141.6 million during the first quarter, compared to $144.8 million a year ago.
 
Profits in the division, which houses Bio-Rad’s proteomics business, plummeted 61 percent to $5.5 million from $14.1 million during the first quarter of 2006.
 

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