By Julia Karow

This story was originally published Oct. 27.

Life Technologies last week reported a 12 percent revenue increase for its Genetic Systems division in the third quarter, driven by strong sales of the Ion Torrent PGM and forensic CE instruments that were partially offset by weaker sales of 5500 Genetic Analysis systems and consumables.

The company also obtained approval in China for the diagnostic use of its 3500 Dx/3500xL Dx Genetic Analyzer.

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