Slideshow: Which VC-Backed IPO Is the Top Performer?

Venture-backed IPOs have gotten off to a strong start this year. So far, a dozen venture-backed companies have gone public, raising just over $1 billion in proceeds, according to Thomson Reuters (publisher of peHUB). For the same period a year earlier, just three companies went public, raising $379.5 million.

Which VC-backed stock has cratered 35 percent since its offering? Which one has soared nearly 49 percent? Check out our slideshow to find out.

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[slide title=”No. 12 to 10: AcelRx, BCD Semi & NeoPhotonics”]

[slide title=”No. 9 to 6: Pacira, InterXion, Zuon & Fluidigm”]

[slide title=”No. 5: Gevo”]

[slide title=”No. 4: Endocyte”]

[slide title=”No. 3: BG Medicine”]

[slide title=”No. 2: Demand Media”]

[slide title=”No. 1: Epocrates”]

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