Single cell analysis is a powerful technique for characterizing complex tissue types, identifying rare cell populations, uncovering regulatory relationships between genes, and tracking cell trajectories. From sample handling to cell dissociation, there are a number of technical considerations that influence cell viability and data quality of single cell genomics, single cell epigenomics, and single cell gene expression experiments. In this webinar, Dr. Jill Herschleb will explore critical sample prep decisions and considerations for assay design and optimization.
Topics to be covered:
- Approaches for optimizing sample preparation for single cell RNA-seq, single cell ATAC-seq, and single cell CNV
- Differences in sample preparation for single cell genomics, transcriptomics, or epigenomics applications
- Insights into nuclei versus whole cell preparation uses
- Methods to separate cells or nuclei from contaminating material
- Sample preparation workflows for large-scale antigen profiling applications