Bridging the Gap: Integrating Single-Cell Transcriptomics and Proteomics

An expert panel will discuss how a functional cell library confirms critical insights from previous omics studies. Additionally, they will introduce an innovative platform that connects single cell transcriptomics with functional proteomics for the first time.

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LIVE Symposium

Friday, December 10, 2021
1:00 - 4:00 PM Eastern Time

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While genomics and transcriptomics reveal what genes are present and active in cells, they provide limited information on a cell’s actual function. To fill in this large information gap, researchers turn to sophisticated single-cell transcriptomic and proteomic techniques and resources to connect a cell’s instructions to its behavior. With these tools, researchers gain knowledge in a range of research areas, including precision medicine, systems biology, cancer, neuroscience, and immunity.

 In this virtual summit brought to you by IsoPlexis, an expert panel will discuss how a functional proteomics library and a novel technology that links transcriptomic and functional proteomics data within and across single cells usher in a new era of biological research. These tools help researchers understand cellular heterogeneity and predict cell responses. Additionally, the panel will highlight how these technologies help researchers identify and study single-cell subsets of highly functional "superhero" cells, which are critical to driving long-term responses in cell and immune therapies via functional proteins.

An expert panel will discuss

  • Combining transcriptomics and functional proteomics data within individual single cells and across many cells in parallel with the new DuomicTM chip technology
  • Using Duomic to identify the genetic drivers of aberrant malignancies in solid tumors
  • Uncovering the genetic drivers of supercharged, highly functional CAR T cells
  • How the Functional Cell Library confirms critical functional insights learned from the cell atlas

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