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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Affymetrix reported today that it expects to report fourth quarter 2014 revenues of approximately $93 million, which would be a fraction of 1 percent higher than the $92.6 million in revenues reported for Q4 2013.

The revenue estimate is above Wall Street expectations for Q4 revenues of $89.9 million.

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