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Affymetrix last week announced the December availability of expression arrays for dog, zebrafish, and Xenopus laevis, as well as two other arrays. The GeneChip-brand Canine Genome Array is a new research tool for the study of Canis familiaris. The sequences for this array are drawn from the Lion Biosciences sequence database, and will be made available to all purchasers of the array at no additional cost, the company said in a marketing e-mail. The canine array was designed using Affymetrix’ new high-density, 11-micron format.

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