Applied Biosystems will first commercialize its Expression Analysis platform in Japan, officials said last week as the company announced its fiscal second-quarter earnings.

“We expect to begin unrestricted sales of the Applied Biosystems Expression Array System in Japan during the current quarter, and in the rest of the world during the fourth fiscal quarter,” Mike Hunkapiller, president of Applied Biosystems said in a conference call with financial analysts on Wednesday, Jan. 28. The company’s fiscal second quarter ended Dec. 31.

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