Proteome Sciences Ramps up Revenues to £198K in H1 2007, Looks to Mass Tag Technology for Growth
 
Proteome Sciences said last week it had increased its revenue to £198,000 [$403,000] for the six months ended June 30, up from £7,000 a year ago, and reduced its loss to £2.32 million from £2.83 million a year ago.
 
Almost all of the company’s revenues came from the ProteoShop proteomics workflow. As of June 30, Proteome Sciences had £598,173 in cash and cash equivalents.
 

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