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Cellectis Publishes 2010 Financial Results
Date:3/31/2011

PARIS, March 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cellectis (Alternext: ALCLS), the genome engineering specialist, has announced its consolidated financial results for the financial year ended December 31, 2010.

Main financial items:

  • Total operating revenues increased by 55% between 2009 and 2010, from EUR 10.1M to EUR 15.8M. Growth was mainly driven by the increase in the Credit d'Impot Recherche, as a result of several major contracts (Boehringer Ingelheim, Bayer Healthcare and BASF Plant Science) and also by the consolidation of existing partnerships.

  • The development of subsidiaries and acquisition of complementary technologies led to an increase in operating expenses, totaling EUR 27.2M, up 37% from 2009.  

  • The net loss reached EUR 8M, slightly lower than the loss published for 2009, on a comparable basis.

  • The cash position came to EUR 24M at the end of 2010. Its evolution vs. 2009 was, for a third, due to temporary or non-recurring reasons: i/ the temporary augmentation of working capital requirement (Credit d'Impot Recherche increased by EUR 5M), and ii/ the acquisition of CytoPulse Inc.'s patents for EUR 1.5M.

  • Commenting on these results, Marc Le Bozec, Cellectis Chief Financial Officer, explained that "2010 was a year marked by the expansion of our technology and the development of our organization to support our research and marketing efforts. We significantly increased the sales effort of Cellectis bioresearch, formally structured our activities in the area of agrobiotechnology, and secured access to technologies that will help us to shorten the timeframe for bringing products into the market in the coming months."

    Key figures(based on IFRS -- International Financial Reporting Standards):

  • The company has decided to present, from now on, complete consolidated results according to IFRS, with more detail than the non-audited cons
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