Mission Bio announces its 1st single-cell Tapestri Center of Excellence
Mission Bio has announced its first Center of Excellence, located at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK). As the first single-cell Tapestri Center of Excellence for solid tumor research, the lab will drive academic and industrial best practices using single-cell DNA profiling to observe tumor heterogeneity and clonal architecture in solid cancers. Read More
Flexibility is key for automated flow cytometry workflows
A tutorial titled "Handling Large Data Sets Generated by Flow Cytometry in an Automated Environment" presented by Bio-Rad at the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening 2022 International Conference and Expo demonstrated the flexibility and power of the company's flow cytometry workflow, from reagents and instrumentation to automation and data analysis. Read More
NanoString displays CosMx SMI at 4th Annual Spatial Genomics Summit
NanoString Technologies has announced the commercial unveiling of the CosMx spatial molecular imager (SMI) to occur at the fourth annual virtual Spatial Genomics Summit. CosMx SMI is a spatial multi-omics solution enabling rapid quantification and visualization of up to 1,000 RNA and 100 validated protein analytes at single-cell and subcellular resolution of intact formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded and fresh frozen tissue samples. Read More
Lumicks introduces novel C-Trap product at Biophysical Society annual meeting
Lumicks has introduced a new innovative C-Trap to its portfolio at the 66th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting in San Francisco, California. Lumicks will also rebrand its existing flagship C-Trap product line into C–Trap Dymo. Read More
Machine vision advances single-cell sequencing for small samples
The ability to sequence RNA in single cells has given scientists an unprecedented level of resolution in studying rare cell types. However, current approaches are designed to deal with a large number of cells, making it difficult to work with small samples. New research, published in Nature Methods on February 14, has described a technique using machine vision to detect cells and make single-cell RNA sequencing more efficient at a smaller scale. Read More
Parse Biosciences raises $41.5M for single-cell sequencing products
Parse Biosciences has obtained $41.5 million in series B funding, bringing its total funding to date to over $50 million. Parse Biosciences is focused on providing scalable single-cell sequencing solutions. Read More
Colonic gene mapping provides insights into intestinal diseases
Researchers have used spatial transcriptomics to uncover an unprecedented view of the molecular regionalization of the murine colon. This research, published in Nature Communications on February 11, provides novel insights into inflammatory bowel disease. Read More
IsoPlexis uses proteomics to identify early factors of long COVID
IsoPlexis has published a study in Cell, led by the Institute for Systems Biology and the Seattle COVID Consortium, in which researchers used IsoPlexis' single-cell functional proteomics platform to identify factors that may predict sustained disease after COVID-19 infection, also known as post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) or long COVID. Read More
BioAuxilium Research expands its cell-signaling assay portfolio
BioAuxilium Research is expanding its no-wash Thunder time-resolved Förster resonance energy transfer technology portfolio by introducing new cell-signaling pathway and biomarker research assay kits, along with a panel of mix-and-match toolbox reagents. The new offering brings the company's portfolio to a total of 104 products. Read More
BioSkryb, ALS Lab Solutions sign U.S. distribution agreement
BioSkryb Genomics and ALS Automated Lab Solutions have announced a U.S. distribution agreement to power comprehensive single-cell plus spatial genomic analysis. The agreement was signed in December 2021. The partnership will develop single-cell genome analysis from intact tissue samples. Read More
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