This story was originally published on July 20.

Fluidigm said today that a genomics core facility at France's Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, or INRA, has purchased a Fluidigm BioMark system to provide genetic analysis services to its core facility customers.

Fluidigm said that the INRA facility, called the Genotoul genomics platform, will use the BioMark system to provide services such as SNP genotyping, gene expression analysis, and digital PCR quantification of DNA libraries for next-generation sequencing.

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