Illumina, FlowJo partner to develop software for single-cell next-generation sequencing

Illumina (San Diego, CA) and FlowJo (Ashland, OR) have partnered to develop and co-market analysis software for single-cell next-generation sequencing data. Under the agreement, FlowJo, which produces software for single-cell analysis, will provide an application that will offer additional secondary and tertiary analysis as well as visualization of datasets, and it will integrate with Illumina's Single Cell RNA BaseSpace app.

Related: FlowJo, BD Biosciences form partnership for flow cytometry data management

The software will complement the end-to-end commercial solution for high-throughput sequencing of single cells that Illumina is co-developing in partnership with Bio-Rad Laboratories (Hercules, CA).

For more informaiton, please visit www.illumina.com and www.flowjo.com.

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