Fluidigm, Broad Establish Center for Research in Mammalian Single-cell Genomics | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Fluidigm and the Broad Institute today launched a new center aimed at developing new methods and discoveries in mammalian single-cell genomics.

Housed at the Broad's Cambridge, Mass.-based headquarters, the Single-Cell Genomics Center is also anticipated to be a hub for collaboration among researchers doing studies in single-cell genomics in stem cells, cancer biology, and other fields.

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