BioMarin Pharmaceutical "BioMarin ended the quarter with total revenue of $116.2 million, in‐line enough with consensus of $118.8 million," Brean Murray Carret analysts wrote in an April 27 report. "Naglazyme revenue was $68 million, beating consensus of $60 million, primarily because of the Brazilian order that continues to be in the first quarter versus the fourth of the prior year. Kuvan sales were $32 million, which just beat consensus of $31 million. Aldurazyme worldwide net revenue was $45.9 million, with BioMarin only receiving $12 million, due to negative product transfer revenue of $6.4 million that will reverse in 2H12. The 1Q12 diluted GAAP EPS was $(0.21), which missed consensus of $(0.15), primarily due to higher than expected R&D expenses of $73.8 million, which was mainly due to GALNS manufacturing expenses and additional patients in the GALNS trial, all of which reflects physician optimism for the trial. The company ended 1Q12 with $288 million in cash and investments." Shares of BioMarin hit a 52-week high on Wednesday of $39.20. The stock's 52-week low of $23.74 was set on Aug. 8. Fourteen of the 18 analysts who cover BioMarin rated it buy; four analysts gave the stock a hold rating. The stock has risen 11.98% year to date.