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Transgenomic Reports Second Quarter Financial Results
Date:8/11/2011

to develop tests for cancer detection or to measure cancer recurrence at earlier stages in the disease process, aiding in drug selection or drug resistance determinations for these patients.  By giving physicians the tools to select or change therapy earlier in the disease process, we can help improve outcomes for cancer patients and their families. 

We continue to leverage our core instrument business for on-going instrument and consumable supplies sales worldwide as well as employing our instrument technology and related expertise in our two laboratory services businesses.

Although the WAVE System is a fully matured technology, and both it and its corresponding consumable sales growth in our traditional markets are shrinking, we are expanding our opportunities by selling systems into new geographic areas, including the Middle East and Asia, to continue the revenue from our instrument related business segment.  We also continue to sell OEM instruments worldwide for pre-analytical karyotyping automation and to select markets in Europe for Image Analysis.

Our menu of cancer pathway gene mutation kits continues to advance. Market validation trials of our BRAF and PIK3CA kits were begun this quarter.  Further, we made significant progress in applying these kits, along with our CE-IVD marked K-RAS kit, to a high-throughput OEM analyzer that will be marketed as a complete system.

Finally, we continue to look for opportunities to diversify into new markets, particularly in oncology, where the sensitivities of our technologies provide significant clinical benefit. We have also embarked on several academic collaborations to further validate our newest technologies and better determine how they can and will be used in clinical settings for patients undergoing treatment for cancer.

Conference CallTransgenomic management will host a conference call to discuss second quarter 2011 financial results and answer question
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