Introducing our new pricing

Every year in January, we update our pricing. In this blog, we briefly explain this year’s pricing increase and what this means for you. Adapting prices to inflation As you are probably aware, inflation increased significantly last year in most countries and is anticipated to remain high in 2023. This does not leave our sector…

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What does a t-SNE plot show?

You can find a t-SNE plot in almost every single-cell paper. What are the dots, colors, and axes? Learn how to interpret the plot.

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André, welcome to the team!

We are happy to announce that André Nascimento has joined the team as Project Manager! André will support our management with organization and communication regarding important, company-wide complex projects. He will communicate company strategy to both internal and external stakeholders. Furthermore, André will analyse and report data on the company. André got his Biotechnology BSc…

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Neuron heterogeneity in the developing mouse brain

Deeply hidden in the brain, the tiny habenula is increasingly associated with different psychological roles. High-scale cellular heterogeneity may explain that multifunctionality. Here, we describe how single-cell RNA sequencing helps describe habenula diversity and function. The habenula is a tiny structure in the brain that is believed to be involved in the regulation of mood…

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Three reasons to start small with single-cell sequencing

When you first start with single-cell sequencing, it’s often best to start small with a pilot project. Here, we explain why. We updated this blog from March 2021 on 5 December 2022. We rewrote it and included a company comparison as a reason to start with a pilot project. Technical and biological validation  If you start a…

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What is t-SNE?

One of the most recognizable figures in a single-cell paper explained simply. What is it? What is its purpose? And how does t-SNE work?

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Insights into the hypertrophic heart with single-cell RNA sequencing

Heritable gene defects can cause the heart muscles to thicken and bring on hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. How this occurs is not entirely clear. This blog describes how single-cell RNA sequencing helps understand the hypertrophic heart and provide directions for future genetic research. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is a heritable condition in which the heart thickens. It occurs in…

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Marina, welcome to the team!

We are happy to announce that Marina has joined the sales team as a business development representative! Marina will mainly be responsible for the sales pipeline and executing consultation calls with leads and clients. She strives to understand each customer’s specific needs and addresses them with the help of our services. Marina has a background…

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Niels, welcome to the team!

We joyfully announce that Niels Tjoonk has joined the team as a scientific content marketer! At Single Cell Discoveries, Niels will be responsible for showcasing our work in blog posts, ebooks, whitepapers, videos, and social media content. He obtained his BSc in biomedical sciences at Utrecht Utrecht. Later, that’s also where he got his MSc…

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