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31.96
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AEMD
0.215
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APRI
1.91
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ARNA
4.33
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ATEC
1.4
0.00
0.00%
CNAT
7.75
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CRXM
0.195
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CYTX
1.19
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DXCM
60.16
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GNMK
13.29
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HALO
13.93
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ILMN
187.17
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INNV
0.13
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INO
8.285
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ISCO
0.061
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ISIS
63.37
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LGND
72.95
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LPTN
2.48
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MBVX
1.62
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-7.43%
MEIP
1.74
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MNOV
3.55
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+6.93%
MRTX
28.42
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+7.77%
MSTX
0.499
-0.021
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NBIX
38.78
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NUVA
44.6
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+1.41%
ONCS
0.35
+0.01
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ONVO
3.66
-0.27
-6.87%
OREX
7.54
+0.29
+4.00%
OTIC
34.23
+0.47
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QDEL
27.15
+0.63
+2.38%
RCPT
147.43
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+6.07%
RGLS
16.82
+0.26
+1.57%
RMD
71.55
+1.3
+1.85%
SCIE
0.031
0.00
0.00%
SPHS
0.59
+0.05
+9.2407%
SRNE
12.29
+0.44
+3.71%
TROV
7
+0.23
+3.40%
VICL
0.923
+0.068
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VOLC
17.99
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
1.34
+0.03
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ACAD
31.96
+1.59
+5.24%
AEMD
0.215
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+2.1429%
APRI
1.91
-0.01
-0.78%
ARNA
4.33
-0.01
-0.23%
ATEC
1.4
0.00
0.00%
CNAT
7.75
+0.99
+14.64%
CRXM
0.195
+0.002
+1.1837%
CYTX
1.19
+0.01
+0.85%
DXCM
60.16
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+3.07%
GNMK
13.29
+0.2
+1.53%
HALO
13.93
+0.62
+4.66%
ILMN
187.17
+2.8
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INNV
0.13
-0.019
-12.8600%
INO
8.285
+0.195
+2.410%
ISCO
0.061
+0.003
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ISIS
63.37
+2.22
+3.63%
LGND
72.95
+2.65
+3.77%
LPTN
2.48
-0.04
-1.59%
MBVX
1.62
-0.13
-7.43%
MEIP
1.74
-0.09
-4.92%
MNOV
3.55
+0.23
+6.93%
MRTX
28.42
+2.05
+7.77%
MSTX
0.499
-0.021
-4.038%
NBIX
38.78
+1.45
+3.88%
NUVA
44.6
+0.62
+1.41%
ONCS
0.35
+0.01
+3.40%
ONVO
3.66
-0.27
-6.87%
OREX
7.54
+0.29
+4.00%
OTIC
34.23
+0.47
+1.39%
QDEL
27.15
+0.63
+2.38%
RCPT
147.43
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+6.07%
RGLS
16.82
+0.26
+1.57%
RMD
71.55
+1.3
+1.85%
SCIE
0.031
0.00
0.00%
SPHS
0.59
+0.05
+9.2407%
SRNE
12.29
+0.44
+3.71%
TROV
7
+0.23
+3.40%
VICL
0.923
+0.068
+7.9181%
VOLC
17.99
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
1.34
+0.03
+2.29%

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