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NEW YORK, June 11 - Affymetrix said Monday it was reducing its second quarter revenue forecast to between $44 million and $50 million, down from a previously expected $56 million, citing lower than expected orders of GeneChips and a drop in the demand for spotted array instrumentation.
 

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