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Sequenom to Webcast Analyst and Investor Briefing Presentation on June 3
Date:5/28/2008

akes available superior solutions for genomic science in biomedical research, livestock and agricultural applications and molecular medicine, as well as for various diagnostic markets, including noninvasive prenatal testing, oncology and infectious diseases. Sequenom's proprietary MassARRAY(R) system delivers reliable and specific data from complex biological samples and from genetic target materials available only in trace amounts.

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