NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Genome Institute of Singapore and Fluidigm today announced the creation of a single-cell genomics research center.

The GIS-Fluidigm Single-Cell 'Omics Center is the first research center in Asia exclusively focused on accelerating understanding into how individual cells work, as well as how diagnosis and treatment could be improved by research into single cells, GIS said.

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