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PerkinElmer Q3 Revenue Up 10 Percent on Increased LAS Business

PerkinElmer said last week that increasing revenues in its Life and Analytical Sciences division offset lower biopharma receipts and helped the company post a 10-percent jump in third-quarter revenue.

Total receipts for the period ended Sept. 30 increased to $403 million from $366 million one year ago. Revenue from the company’s Life and Analytical Sciences division, which offers products for genetic screening, service, and environment, grew 4 percent, to $243.7 million from $235.1 million.

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