Getting started with single-cell sequencing can be overwhelming. Most academic institutes have single-cell facilities, but if yours doesn’t or you’re looking for other single-cell techniques, you might want to consider working with a service provider. Here, we explain why you should consider collaborating with a service provider for single-cell sequencing.
When starting with single-cell sequencing, your might ask yourself: do I make use of a core facility or service provider? There are actually three options for single-cell sequencing. You can either make use of the core facility in your institute, outsource your project to a service provider or do everything by yourself. Here, we explain these…
A single-cell sequencing project has different parameters: the number of samples, cells per sample and reads per cell. But how do you decide how many cells you need? Or how deep you need to sequence? Here, we explain what your choice should be based upon.
Writing a grant proposal for a single-cell sequencing project can be challenging, especially if you are getting familiar with the technique. Here, we explain some aspects that you need to consider when writing your grant proposal.
When you first start with single-cell sequencing or with a new project, it’s often best to start small. We call this a pilot project. Here, we explain why.
As a scientist, you have probably come across the use of single-cell sequencing in your field. But what is it exactly? And also how can you apply it to your research, which technology should you choose, and what do you need to think about before starting your project? This ultimate guide to single-cell RNA sequencing…
Single-cell sequencing can be expensive, especially when compared to conventional bulk RNA sequencing methods. But there is a good reason why this technology is expensive, and you can mitigate these costs if you carefully consider the design of your experiment.