Fluidigm last week launched the C1 OpenApp Program, giving researchers the ability to create and share new single-cell applications on the C1 Single-Cell Auto Prep System.

The C1 system allows researchers to, in one integrated workflow, isolate, stain, lyse, and process 96 live cells in less than 24 hours for downstream analyses of cellular heterogeneity. With the new OpenApp Program, users can modify or develop new scripts for single-cell research using the C1 system.

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