Single-cell sequencing technologies allow scientists to characterize how individual cell types work together and how this interaction changes with disease or age. There are several technologies that characterize a single cell’s transcriptome or immune profile, providing researchers with an unprecedented ability to deeply profile a tissue and its cell types. For researchers, the challenge now lies in selecting the technology that best answers a scientific question and obtaining high quality samples for the application.
This Technique Talk will explore how to balance sample properties with the requirements of single-cell sequencing platforms and experimental design for optimal results.
Available single-cell sequencing platforms and their applications
Obtaining the proper sample quality required for each single-cell sequencing technology
Experimental setup for successful single-cell sequencing experiments
Tuesday, March 8, 2022
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Wouter Bossuyt, PhD Manager Genomics Core University of Leuven
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