Connecting the Transcriptome to the Functional Proteome of Single Cells Using a Novel Platform

Rui Zheng and Patrick Paczkowski will discuss a new, highly multiplexed, simultaneous single cell transcriptomics and functional proteomics platform.

The Scientist Creative Services Team in Collaboration with IsoPlexis
Nov 10, 2021

LIVE Webinar

Monday, November 29, 2021
3:00 - 4:00 PM Eastern Time

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While researchers commonly study the transcriptome of single cells, transcriptome data does not fully correlate to cellular function. Technological advances allow scientists to shift toward single-cell multiomic methods to reveal deep cellular relationships by integrating cellular proteomic activity with the gene regulatory networks driving those reactions. In this webinar brought to you by IsoPlexis, Rui Zheng, PhD and Patrick Paczkowski, PhD will introduce IsoPlexis’ latest technology, Duomic™, which links both transcriptomic and functional proteomics data directly from the same single cell, across many cells in parallel. This technology will enable a direct connection of the gene regulatory networks that drive critical functional proteomic reactions in many cell types, including immune cells, tumor cells, and stem cells.

Topics to be covered

  • How powerful single-cell subsets of highly functional "superhero" cells are critical to driving longer term response in cell and immune therapies via functional proteins
  • How to enable a direct connection of the gene regulatory networks that drive critical functional proteomic reactions in "super-powered" cell types
  • How to leverage certain powerful, proteomically-active single cells and their genetic drivers, identified simultaneously via single-cell transcriptomics and proteomics analyses on the Duomic™ platform

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Meet the Speakers:

Rui Zheng, PhD
Senior Vice President of Innovation
IsoPlexis


Patrick Paczkowski, PhD
Senior Vice President of Software
IsoPlexis



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