Single-Cell RNA Sequencing and de novo Cell Type Discovery | Illumina Video

14 March 2016

Characterization of cells, cell types, and development, is a challenging problem. Traditionally, pathologists apply methods that rely on the a priori knowledge about morphological characteristics of cells. These methods can be controversial and may take a long time. Single-cell sequencing provides the ultimate precision in the un-biased de novo cellular characterization of tissues.

For more information on applications of Illumina technology in the field of single-cell sequencing, visit illumina.com/techniques/sequencing/rna-sequencing/ultra-low-input-single-cell-rna-seq.html


Products:
Nextera® XT DNA Library Preparation Kit: illumina.com/products/by-type/sequencing-kits/library-prep-kits/nextera-xt-dna.html

HiSeq: systems.illumina.com/systems/hiseq_2500_1500.html


Publication Links:
PMID: 24531970 | Jaitin D.A., et al. (2014): ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24531970
PMID: 24739965 | Treutlein, et al. (2014): ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24739965
PMID: 25420068 | Usoskin, et al. (2015): ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25420068

Publication Research Reviews:
Single-cell research: illumina.com/content/dam/illumina-marketing/documents/products/research_reviews/single-cell-sequencing-research-review.pdf

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