NEW YORK, Sept. 11 -- Affymetrix (Nasdaq: AFFX) of Santa Clara, Calif., said Monday it had licensed technology for low and medium density DNA arrays to reagent-provider Takara Shuzo of Kyoto, Japan.

Under the terms of the license, Takara has been granted a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-bearing license allowing them to manufacture, use and sell low and medium density pre-spotted arrays of up to 5,000 spots per slide.

Affymetrix has yet to license its high-density chip technology, preferring to keep that market for itself.

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