Proteome Sciences this week posted 2013 revenues of £2.14 million ($3.59 million), up 86 percent from £1.15 million in 2012.

The rise was driven by a 63 percent jump in year-over-year sales of the company's Tandem Mass Tag isobaric tagging reagents as well as a £1.25 million licensing and research deal with Thermo Fisher Scientific around TMT workflows. The company's 2013 grant revenue was £220,000, down 37 percent from £350,000 in 2012.

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