SINGAPORE — A new center located in this Asian city-state should expand regional single-cell biology research efforts and aid in the development of new diagnostics and therapies, according to its founders.

The Genome Institute of Singapore and Fluidigm last week hosted a ceremony to open the Single-Cell Omics Center at GIS' facilities within the country's Biopolis research and innovation park.

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