NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) has created the Swedish National Center for Single-Cell Biology, equipped with instruments from Fluidigm, the company said after the close of the market on Thursday. 

The new center will have six C1 systems, three CyTOF 2 mass spectrometry platforms, and one Biomark HD system. It will operate as three complementary nodes with one node located in Stockholm for the high-throughput streamlined microfluidics-based transcriptome and genome analysis of large numbers of individual eukaryotic cells. 

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