NEW YORK, Oct 2 - First it dropped the word software from its name as it reinvented itself into a computationally-driven drug-discovery company. Now the name Neomorphic is destined for the dustbin of corporate history as it is swallowed up by chipmaker Affymetrix (Nasdaq: AFFX).

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