Another short caught with his pants around his ankles. Just bend over and take it like a man.
Not me. I backed up the truck when it was at $2.70. I attended a NGS data analysis class and people from all over the world were starting to use PacBio sequencing.
No working technology? You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. I work in big pharma managing a sequencing informatics group. ALL big pharma are starting to adopt PacBio for certain applications. it works fantastically for it's intended purpose. The platform has really come of its own and flourished over the pat 2 years. It is becoming widely adopted.
Lol! What a douchenozzle. Maybe $4 if you are talking about call options, lol! The upgrades will roll out today and it will fly again.
You are a complete moron. The deal also stipulates that for 13 years PacBio will exclusively sell the reagents instruments and kits to Roche for human diagnostics IN ADDITION TO the lump sum and milestone payments.
If you read the release, it clearly states that the deal is only for human clinical diagnostic testing purposes, so PACB can do whatever they want outside of that realm. Besides Roche is BY FAR the biggest company in human diagnostics testing for clinical purposes.
And you are probably one of the morons that thinks Illumina is a 15 billion dollar company.
Temporary spike up? I went long at about $2.70 maybe a couple of months ago. I'll be paying for my daughters college with this stock's profits.
They do have a new product. They just release the new iteration of their polymerase which leads to mean read lengths of 8,500 base pairs, with reads as long as 30,000 base pairs. This is a big deal to those of us that use their platform. They also signed a deal with Roche, which you might have heard about.
You two need to go back to investing 101, or hire someone to help you. You have no idea what you are doing and need help.
What my lab uses it for is to deconvolute transgenic insertion site architecture and sequence over regions that are highly repetitive, which Illumina simply cannot do.