IsoPlexis acquires sequencing methodology IP
IsoPlexis has acquired an intellectual property (IP) portfolio of 86 patents related to DNA and RNA sequencing, which it is integrating into its single-cell proteomics platforms to enable a series of next-generation assays that incorporate multiple omic modalities. Read More
Akoya, Zeiss to comarket spatial phenotyping and discovery workflow
Akoya Biosciences and Zeiss are comarketing Akoya's codetection by indexing spatial phenotyping systems with Zeiss' Axio Observer microscope. Read More
NanoCellect launches new cell sorter
NanoCellect Biomedical announced it has scheduled a virtual launch for its Wolf G2 Cell Sorter. Read More
NanoString tech used to develop SARS-CoV-2 lung cell atlas
NanoString Technologies' GeoMX digital spatial profiler (DSP) technology has been used to develop a foundational dataset to better understand the biological effect of SARS-CoV-2 infection in human lungs and support the identification of new therapeutic interventions and prevention strategies. Read More
Single-cell atlas of human teeth exposes root of stem cell behavior
The first comprehensive single-cell atlas of the human tooth reveals how different dental tissues control the activity of stem cells. Published recently in iScience, the study used advanced single-cell sequencing technology to show that changes in the cellular environment may explain differences in the behavior of stem cells. Read More
Scientists map gene expression without microscopes
A new framework called Tomographer, which uses sequencing data from tissues cut into thin strips in a way that allows them to be reconstructed, has been developed to spatially resolve gene expression data without the need for a microscope. The work was published in Nature Biotechnology on April 19. Read More
New algorithm helps integrate single-cell data from around the globe
A new algorithm enables researchers from around the globe to integrate multiple single-cell datasets from a variety of omics platforms in a quick and efficient process that can be done on standard computers. The technology, described in an April 19 Nature Biotechnology article, will help speed collaborative cell cataloging projects, such as the Human Body Map and Human Cell Atlas. Read More
Rosalind, Geninus expand single-cell analysis offerings in Asia
Rosalind has partnered with Geninus and HeLiXrUs to enable a new single-cell data analysis solution for cancer researchers in Asia. Read More
AACR 2021: Single-cell technologies bring new insights to tumor cells
Single-cell technologies have become important tools for cancer researchers and provide scientists with the ability to make measurements of individual cells to unveil heterogenicity among tissues. Recent developments in single-cell research have been a focus of the virtual American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) 2021 meeting held online April 9-14. Read More
10x Genomics launches low-throughput gene expression kit
10x Genomics has launched its chromium single-cell gene expression low-throughput kit, a new offering designed to enable single cell analysis. Read More
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