NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Miniature mass spectrometry firm Microsaic Systems today reported that revenues for the first half of the year doubled year over year.

The UK firm posted revenues of £541,529 ($873,645) in the recently completed six month period, up from £269,992, driven by product sales growth, Microsaic said.

Total comprehensive loss for the six months was £1.0 million, or 2.6 pence per share, up from a loss of £789,832, or 2.0 pence, a year ago.

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