Technique Talk: Single Cell Sequencing Sample Preparation for Oncology Research

In this workshop, learn tips and tricks for preparing cancer tissue samples for a variety of single cell applications.

The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with 10x Genomics
Apr 29, 2021

FREE Webinar

Thursday, May 20, 2021
3:00 - 4:00 PM Eastern Time

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Single cell sequencing experiments allow scientists to measure differences in gene expression to characterize cell types and quantify cell population heterogeneity. When analyzing tissue for oncology research, samples must transform into clean single cell suspensions free of debris, aggregates, and dead cells for best results. However, each tissue type is unique, so scientists should optimize their sample preparation protocols prior to starting any single cell experiment.

This Technique Talk will highlight the best practices for preparing cancer tissue samples for optimal target cell recovery in single cell protocols.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand sample requirements for single cell sequencing
  • Explore sample collection considerations and resources for sample preparation
  • Improve sample quality to maximize data outputs
  • Put it all together: Build a workflow for your sample

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Meet the Instructor:

Zuleyma Peralta, PhD
Associate Product Manager, Sample Preparation
10x Genomics

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