NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Luminex this week announced that it has opened a new office in Shanghai, People's Republic of China, to serve as its center of operations in the Asia-Pacific region. The firm said that the office will include training lab space and a full-time staff, though it did not provide an expected number of employees. Luminex also has operations at its headquarters in Austin, Texas, and offices in Toronto and Oosterhout, The Netherlands.

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