By Justin Petrone

More than two years after it first launched a cytogenetics research offering on its SNP 6.0 genotyping array platform, Affymetrix continues to see strong demand for the product, according to a company official.

Richard Shippy, director of product marketing for molecular cytogenetics for the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company, told BioArray News last week that growing interest from cytogeneticists in SNP content has led to a resurgence of sales of Affy's SNP 6.0 chip.

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