SAN FRANCISCO (GenomeWeb) – 10x Genomics has launched a single-cell analysis kit for immune repertoire profiling. The first kit will begin shipping in April and will enable the analysis of the VDJ regions from human T cells, while a second kit that will be launched later in the second quarter will enable VDJ analysis of human B cells.

Also, in the second half of the year, the firm plans to enable the analysis of single immune cells from mice.

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