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NEW YORK – Expecting to complete an early-access program by the end of the year, S2 Genomics plans to commercially launch its Singulator automated sample prep platform in early 2020 as a research-use-only (RUO) instrument. 

The Livermore, California-based firm aims to eliminate problems with manual tissue sample preparation — the time, difficulty and inconsistency of manual cell isolation methods — to produce highly viable and accurate products for downstream single cell-based applications.  

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