What is single-cell sequencing?

As a scientist, you might have come across single-cell sequencing before. But what is it exactly? In this post, we provide you with a brief explanation.

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Stefani, welcome to the team!

We are happy to announce that as of March 1st, Stefani Giacopazzi has joined the team as a lab technician. At Single Cell Discoveries, she will mainly focus on processing 10x Genomics samples, sample shipments and general lab maintenance. She is originally from California and completed her BSc in Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology at…

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How to download your data

A couple of weeks ago, we have started with a new method to send data to our customers. AWS server Your data will now be sent with our secured Amazon Web Services (AWS) server, engineered by CommaSoft AG. This method makes it possible to download your data in multiple ways. Is your institute using AWS…

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Julia, welcome to the team!

We are pleased to announce that as of February 1st, Julia Strengers has joined the team as a Junior Account Manager. At Single Cell Discoveries, she will mainly focus on intake meetings and the follow-up of potential and existing clients. Julia completed the Bachelor Nutrition & Health at Wageningen University and the Master Science &…

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Shipping information

How to ship your samples Find everything you need to know about shipping your samples to us on this page. Read our requirements and recommendations carefully. Submit your samples online Before you ship your samples or plates, please submit them via our online sample submission form. By doing this, we know that we can expect your…

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How to get started

Step 1: Plan a free consultation A single-cell sequencing project is not your average molecular biology project. Because of the high price, you’ll need to carefully consider the design of your experiment to make sure you get the most out of your samples and budget. That’s where we can help: during a free consultation, we discuss your project…

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Sample requirements | VASA-seq

On this page, we explain the sample requirements for our VASA-seq service. General guidelines for VASA-seq samples Recommended: cell capture plate completely filled with single cells, 8 wells empty as a non-template control Minimal requirement: half a cell capture plate filled with single cells Plates: make sure the plates are well sealed with the provided aluminum seals, and…

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Sample requirements | Bulk RNA sequencing

We accept cells in TRIzol and extracted RNA for Bulk RNA sequencing. Read our user guide below for the exact sample requirements. User guide: sample requirements for bulk RNA sequencing

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