Highly multiplexed transcriptome and protein immune profiling in single cells with CITE-seq
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
9AM PDT | 12PM EDT | 5PM BST | 6PM CEST If you’ve already registered, please click here to log in to the webcast.
High-throughput single-cell genomics has transformed our understanding of complex cell populations. Oligonucleotide-labeled antibodies allow integration of cellular protein and transcriptome measurements at a single-cell level, with the number of protein markers assayed simultaneously far surpassing what can be measured by cytometry-based approaches.
We present an overview of CITE-seq and Cell Hashing; methods compatible with 10x Genomics single cell platforms for enhanced cellular phenotyping and sample multiplexing, respectively. We demonstrate the advantages of using these methods for simultaneous measurement of protein and transcripts in single cells applied to T cell populations in the human immune system using a panel of ~80 antibodies.
During this webcast you will learn/our speaker(s) will address:
An introduction to antibody-based methods for enhancing single cell RNA-seq
Advantages of sample multiplexing in scRNAseq experiments
Enhanced phenotyping through multi-omic single cell measurements
New capabilities of CITE-seq
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Manager, Technology Innovation New York Genome Center