Affymetrix Vows that 2012 Will be 'Turnaround Year' after Q4 2011 Revenues Slide 23 Percent | GenomeWeb

This article was originally posted on Feb. 10.

By Justin Petrone

After a 'challenging' year of revenue decline, Affymetrix executives last week promised to return their company to growth, hoping that new products, such as the CytoScan HD array for cytogenetics research, will offset an anticipated drop in expression array sales.

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