TATAA Biocenter, Yikon Partner
News Feb 09, 2016
TATAA Biocenter, organizer of hands-on training in molecular diagnostics and Europe´s leading provider of genomic services to advance its Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and single cell profiling offerings. As part of the partnership, TATAA Biocenter will distribute and support Yikon’s MALBACTM products in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Austria, Slovak and Czech Republics.TATAA is also going to use MALBACTM in its popular NGS training courses.
“We pioneered single cell transcriptomics over ten years ago and have the broadest product and services offerings in the field in Europe. Yikon’s MALBACTM technology developed at Harvard is a perfect complement to our current portfolio allowing us to offer also the best technology for single cell genomics.” says Mikael Kubista, CEO of TATAA biocenter.
“We are happy to establish this strategic collaboration with TATAA Biocenter on the MALBACTM and YK-PGSTM products. Yikon Genomics has developed streamlined YK-PGSTM solutions tailored to different requirements from our customers. Yikon will continue to advance the field of single cell genomics and work with our partners to provide accurate and streamlined solutions for analyzing single cell samples.” says Sijia Lu, CEO of Yikon Genomics”
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