With different (single-cell) platforms available in our portfolio, there is always a solution that suits your needs. Learn about the technologies we offer and how they can accelerate your research.
How we work
Science is not a fixed process. We get that. As you go along, plans change and hypotheses along with them. As your trusted partner, we help you with every step in the process, from project design to data analysis and beyond. And when you've completed your project, we'll help you plan the next step.
We'll help you design your first single-cell sequencing project and make sure it matches your biological question and fits your budget. With multiple options and technologies available, we'll always find a match for your project.
Send us your samples and we’ll take care of the rest. We'll process your sample and generate ready-to-analyze data, while applying all the necessary QC steps throughout to ensure optimal quality of the outcome.
To help you hit the ground running, we include a preliminary clustering and differential gene expression analysis with all our services. If you need dedicated data analysis support, we’ll send in the bioinformatics cavalry.
Single-cell sequencing is used in many different areas of research. Whether your focus is Immunology, Oncology, Neuroscience or any problem in need of a single-cell solution: we can help.
As single-cell sequencing specialists, we help you with every step in the process. Whether you want to start with a small pilot project or just need routine high-throughput services, we can help. Learn more about our different services.
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We are proud to announce that as of March 29, 2021, we are a 10x Genomics Certified Service Provider. We have been certified for the Single Cell Gene Expression and Single Cell Immune Profiling solutions. What does it mean? The certification that we received from 10x Genomics means that we perform both methods according to the standards set by 10x Genomics. Therefore,…
Tumors are usually very heterogeneous and consist of various cancer cell subtypes. Single-cell sequencing can be applied to understand this heterogeneity and often leads to identifying cancer cell subtypes. In this study, there is a surprising outcome: a homogeneous phenotype. In this scientific collaboration between many institutes in the Netherlands and the UK, researchers were…