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Exceptional single cell outgrowth meets indisputable full well imaging validation
Automated single cell dispensing and enhanced imaging to accelerate your cell line development.

Presented by:

  • Reynald Hurteaux, Ph.D, Field Application Specialist, Nexcelom Bioscience Western Europe
  • Guilhem Tourniaire, Scientific and Managing Director, Cellenion

cellenONE: An Open Platform for Single Cell Isolation and Miniaturizing Library Preparation

Presented by Guilhem Tourniaire, Scientific and Managing Director, Cellenion

  • Miniaturization of scRNA-Seq: example with commercial and homebrew kits
  • Isolation of single CTC and their scRNA-Seq analyses: a case study
  • Single cell proteomics: the new frontier?

Optimising Circulating Tumour Cells Isolation for scRNA-Seq Analyses

Presented by Guilhem Tourniaire, Scientific and Managing Director, Cellenion

  • Why CTCs are a key component of precision medicine
  • Challenges associated with single CTC isolation  
  • Protocol for automated single CTC isolation and their transcriptomic analyses  

Recent Advances in Mass Spectrometry of Small Mass Samples is Enabling Single Cell Proteomics

Presented by Nathan Manes, PhD, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH

  • Technical overview of methods to proteomically profile small mass samples (single cell proteomics, scMS)
  • Emphasis on sample preparation, LC-MS, data analysis, and remaining challenges 
  • This research was supported by the Intramural Research Program of NIAID, NIH