March NGS User Group to focus on 10X Genomics Chromium System

The upcoming Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Users Group meeting will be March 15, 2017 at 2PM in the Seebohm Conference Room (283 EMRB).   The presenter is Chris Black, M.S., Sales Executive – Midwest, 10x Genomics.

"The Chromium System: New and Emerging Single Cell Transcriptomic Applications"

This highly interactive seminar will explore a wide range of powerful research applications enabled by single cell gene expression profiling.

  • Characterize diverse subpopulations from complex tissuesD
  • Discover important transcriptional changes lost in bulk RNA-seq data
  • Resolve dynamic alterations in rapidly evolving cells, including stem cells
  • Detect rare subpopulations within hundreds to millions of individual cells

All of this and more is readily enabled by the Chromium system. Come learn more about how researchers around the world are using the technology and how it could further your research as well.

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Thursday, March 2, 2017