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Fluidigm, IntegraGen form French Alliance

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Fluidigm and IntegraGen today said that the firms have formed an alliance to bring Fluidigm's products to researchers in France.

Evry, France-based IntegraGen will offer services to its customers using Fluidigm's BioMark System for genetic analysis and Access Array sample preparation system for next-generation sequencing applications. In addition, IntegraGen will serve as a demonstration site for Fluidigm's technology.

"These tools complete the IntegraGen Services portfolio and put our lab at the cutting edge of genotyping and next generation sequencing capabilities," Emmanuel Martin, director of genomic services at IntegraGen, said in a statement.

Further details of the alliance were not disclosed.

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