Webinars | Single-cell RNA-seq
The human body is made of trillions of cells, partitioned into hundreds of different types and subtypes. For the past several years, researchers have been pushing the limits of single-cell sequencing approaches in order to better understand each of these cell types. Below is an archive of recorded webinars demonstrating the evolution of Takara Bio's SMART approaches to single-cell RNA-seq. You can also sign up to view our most current single-cell RNA-seq webinars:
- Automating full-length single-cell RNA-seq libraries (signup required)
Dr. Jürgen Zimmermann, a senior engineer at the EMBL Genomics Core Facility, explains how he automated the SMART-Seq HT Kit on the Beckman Coulter Biomek for up to 192 samples, and counting. This webinar is presented in partnership with Beckman Coulter (a Danaher company).
- Single-cell whole transcriptome analysis using random priming (signup required)
Dr. Nathalie Bolduc, one of our R&D group leaders, discusses data on how the highly sensitive SMART-Seq Stranded Kit identifies more genes and yields reproducible results, even when starting from as little as 1–1,000 cells.
- Overcoming challenges with handling mono- and multi-nucleated cardiomyocytes (signup required)
In this webinar, Dr. Stefan Günther and Michail Yekelchyk from the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research will discuss how the ICELL8 Single-Cell System, using nanowell technology, overcomes the challenges with handling mono- and multi-nucleated cardiomyocytes in their genomic research core lab.
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