By Justin Petrone

Applied Microarrays' revenue for the first nine months of 2010 has grown 85 percent over 2009, largely driven by contract protein-array manufacturing partnerships, according to the firm's CEO.

Over the same period, the Tempe, Ariz.-based firm, which was founded in 2007 when it acquired GE Healthcare's CodeLink bioarray platform, has seen sales of legacy CodeLink products dwindle to less than 5 percent of its total revenue.

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