NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Proteome Sciences today said that revenues during the first half of 2012 rose 44 percent year over year.

For the period ended June 30, the Cobham, UK-based firm posted £892,827 ($1.4 million) in revenues, up from £618,982 for the first half of 2011. Grant services grew 53 percent year over year, Licenses/Sales/Services increased 38 percent, and TMT reagent sales rose 171 percent.

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