PBI Reports 49-Percent Rise in Q2 Revenues, Plans to Focus on Mass-Spec Sample Prep | GenomeWeb

By Adam Bonislawski

Pressure BioSciences this week reported second-quarter revenue rose 49 percent to $402,104 from $270,381 year over year.

The rise in revenues came primarily from sales of consumables related to PBI's Pressure Cycling Technology Sample Preparation Systems and an increase in the number of PCT systems that were sold as opposed to leased during the quarter.

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