Multimodal Techniques for High Content and High Throughput Cellular Phenotyping

Oct. 9, 2019, 10am PT/1pm ET

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Overview

Join us October 9 when Peter Smibert from the New York Genome Center provides an introduction to a suite of technologies that uses DNA-tagged antibodies to couple protein detection with single-cell RNA sequencing. He will review CITE-seq, cell hashing, and related technologies, and then explain how CITE-seq compares to other single-cell protein detection methods. 

This webinar will cover:

  • What CITE-seq, cell hashing, and related technologies are, and how they work
  • How CITE-seq compares to other single-cell protein detection methods (e.g. flow cytometry and CyTOF)
  • How multimodal information can lead to novel biological insights

Who should attend:

  • Immunologists
  • Genomic researchers
  • Proteomic researchers
  • Flow cytometry users

Presenters

Presenter
Peter Smibert
Senior Manager
New York Genome Center
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