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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Frank Witney has left his positions at Affymetrix as executive VP and chief commercial officer to serve as president and CEO of the chemical chromatography systems maker Dionex. He replaces Lukas Braunschweiler, who has been president and CEO of Dionex since 2002. Braunschweiler left the post to serve as president and CEO of Ruag Holding.

Witney was president of drug discovery tools at PerkinElmer and he was president and CEO of Panomics before it was purchased last year by Affymetrix.

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