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Fluidigm Taps Research Instruments as Distributor in Singapore, Thailand

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Fluidigm said today that Research Instruments/RI Technologies will distribute its products in Singapore and Thailand.

Under the agreement, Research Instruments will sell Fluidigm's complete portfolio of BioMark HD, EP1, and Access Array systems; the complete lineup of Dynamic Array, Digital Array, and Access Array integrated fluidic chips for real-time PCR, digital PCR, single-cell gene expression, sample prep for next-gen sequencing, and genotyping; and Fluidigm's new DELTAgene and SNPtype assays.

Founded in 1989, Research Instruments is based in Singapore, while subsidiary RI Technologies is based in Bangkok, Thailand.

The company distributes a range of products for life sciences research, including instruments and consumables for genomics, proteomics, cell biology research, whole animal in vivo imaging, and clinical studies, according to its website.

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