By Monica Heger

This article was originally published April 2.

The Single Cell Genomics Center at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science is establishing itself as the first automated, high-throughput single-cell genomics facility in the US and plans to add single-cell sequencing to its list of services this year.

The nonprofit, based in East Boothbay, Maine, was established in 2009 to offer single-cell services such as cell sorting, cell lysis, and whole-genome amplification.

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