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ATEC
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CFN
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CNAT
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CRXM
0.21
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CYTX
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DXCM
61
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GNMK
13.3
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HALO
14.59
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ILMN
200.01
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INNV
0.21
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INO
8.5
0.00
0.00%
ISCO
0.06
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ISIS
69.88
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LGND
56.88
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LPTN
2.79
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MBVX
1.05
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MEIP
3.84
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MNOV
3.8
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MRTX
21.34
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MSTX
0.43
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NBIX
34.29
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NUVA
47.28
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ONCS
0.37
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ONVO
6.68
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OREX
5.34
-0.16
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OTIC
31.75
+0.02
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QDEL
24.45
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RCPT
112.71
-0.36
-0.32%
RGLS
18.63
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RMD
63.09
-0.23
-0.36%
SCIE
0.01
0.00
-9.60%
SPHS
0.47
+0.03
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SRNE
10.73
+0.34
+3.27%
TROV
5.83
-0.02
-0.34%
VICL
1.05
+0.02
+1.46%
VOLC
17.98
+0.02
+0.11%
ZGNX
1.37
-0.02
-1.09%

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