Affymetrix has made available its new tiling arrays to early-access customers and plans to commercially launch the products — which survey the coding and non-coding regions of the genome — during the first quarter of 2006, according to Affy officials.

Alicia Burt, Affy's senior product manager, wrote via e-mail to BioArray News this week that Affymetrix is gearing up for two "major" launches of tiling array products, which will include a total of 11 distinct products.

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