NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Fluidigm has launched a new architecture for its Dynamic Array integrated fluidic circuit (IFC) chips designed to provide users with maximum flexibility, time savings, and reduced waste for gene expression, genotyping, and single-cell gene expression studies.
This story was originally posted on Aug. 2.
Fluidigm last week raised its full-year 2013 guidance after posting 36 percent second-quarter revenue growth, largely due to increasing demand for its single-cell genomics products.
SINGAPORE — A new center located in this Asian city-state should expand regional single-cell biology research efforts and aid in the development of new diagnostics and therapies, according to its founders.
Fluidigm has placed three dozen of its C1 Single-Cell Auto Prep Systems since launching the instrument last year, and hopes to build on its momentum in the fledgling single-cell genomics market by expanding the number of applications that the C1 can support, as well as establishi