Webinar Presentation: High-throughput Single Cell RNA-seq from Flow-Sorted Cells Using a Novel Miniaturized CEL-seq2 Protocol

Plate-based scRNA-seq approaches are advantageous for the in-depth analysis of rare cell types and subpopulations selected by cell surface markers.

This webinar will introduce a high-throughput process for generating sequencing libraries from single cells sorted into 384-well plates. Due to the reduction in reagent volumes achieved with a mosquito® liquid handler, large numbers of cells can be sequenced in a highly cost-effective manner.

Extensive benchmarking demonstrates the data quality from this scRNA-seq pipeline that underpins a number of peer-reviewed publications, notably in Cell, Nature Methods and Cell Metabolism.

Presented by Sagar, Postdoctoral Fellow, Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics:


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