Posts Tagged: single cell


Top FAQs on the QIAscout

1. What type of cells can be used with the system? You can use the QIAscout with a variety of eukaryotic cell types, including adherent or suspension cells, primary cells or cell lines, and fluorescent cells. The QIAscout array is comparable to a standard cell culture dish – meaning you can plate and cultivate your… Read article →


Bacteria misbehaving in space

Tougher and more virulent? Human biology presents numerous limitations when it comes to space travel. Bacteria are more adaptable, robust and resilient, and are known to thrive in even the most extreme environments. But how do they fare in space? To date, numerous bacterial experiments have been conducted in Earth’s orbit. We know that bacteria… Read article →


All you need is ONE – focusing on the unmet needs of single cell research

Browse through PubMed and perform a search with keywords like transcriptomics, proteomics, genomics, sequencing or amplification. Pick any paper answering questions in cancer research, neurobiology, stem cell biology, immunology or developmental biology. Are you amazed by how often you come across the term “single-cell”? Don’t be! The field of single-cell analysis has grown enormously in the recent years. Nature… Read article →