After Tripling GS Base, Doubling Revenue In 2006, 454 Aims for Profitability in 2007 | GenomeWeb
454 Life Sciences exceeded revenue targets for 2006 and is on track to become profitable next year, its parent company CuraGen said last week.
 
Although an inventory transition from the Genome Sequencer 20 to the newly launched FLX caused most of a 25-percent drop in 454’s instrument and reagent revenues in the fourth quarter, distribution partner Roche had a “record quarter” for instrument sales, CuraGen said.
 

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