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What is bulk RNA sequencing?

Bulk RNA-sequencing is the method of choice for transcriptomics analysis of pooled cell populations, tissue sections, or biopsies. It measures the average expression level of individual genes across hundreds to millions of input cells and is useful to get a global idea of differences in gene expression between samples.
At Single Cell Discoveries, we can offer cost-effective bulk RNA sequencing due to our sample multiplexing protocol. We use CEL-seq2 type barcodes to uniquely label each sample and subsequently pool (multiplex) samples together for library preparation. This reduces the use of expensive reagents, which saves on the costs.

Updated on October 21, 2021

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