This story originally ran on Oct. 18

French biotech company Hybrigenics this week reported €1.85 million ($2.52 million) in first-half revenues from its proteomics services business, up eight percent from €1.71 million in the first half of 2010.

The firm's overall revenues were €2.04 million, down 2 percent from €2.08 a year ago, as revenues beyond its proteomics services business fell by 49 percent to €190,000 from €370,000 in H1 2010.

Its net loss for H1 was €2.12 million, up 4 percent from €2.01 million the year before.

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