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Rosetta Genomics Reports First Quarter 2008 Financial Results

d development, net $ 6,400 $ 4,781 $ 2,389 $ 1,161

Marketing and business

development 1,742 1,504 511 375

General and administrative 2,903 1,860 829 680

Operating loss 11,045 8,145 3,729 2,216

Financial expenses (income),

net 3,616 (538) 149 (200)

Net loss $ 14,661 $ 7,607 $ 3,878 $ 2,016

Basic and diluted net loss

per Ordinary share $ 1.32 $ 2.98 $ 0.33 $ 0.23

Weighted average number of

Ordinary shares used to

compute basic and diluted

net loss per Ordinary share 11,142,149 2,551,860 11,920,401 8,874,841

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