Single cell analysis is a rapidly evolving field and QIAGEN is keeping pace with the recent advances. In fact, we’ve just launched a new single cell isolation system that lets you isolate any single cell of your choice. Not only can you isolate your cell, you can also perform clonal expansion under sterile conditions. How does this new tool work? What are its downstream applications?
To answer frequently asked questions such as these, we’ve created 8 new presentations that cover the following topics in detail:
1. Why do researchers analyze single cells?
2. Single cell isolation
3. RNA sequencing from a single cell
4. DNA sequencing from a single cell
5. Single cell whole transcriptome amplification
6. Single cell whole genome amplification
7. miRNA analysis from a single cell
8. Applications of single cell research
Did you find these presentations useful? Are there any questions you have that we didn’t cover here? Let us know your thoughts!