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Webinar: automated low-volume liquid handling for cost-effective NGS library preparation and single cell genomics

mosquito HV genomics, 

mosquito LV genomics

Webinars

In this webinar, scientists from MIT and from the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics show how TTP Labtech’s mosquito® liquid handlers are enabling high-throughput NGS library preparation and single cell transcriptomics.

Webinar part 1:
Miniaturization of Illumina Library Preparation in a Shared Facility Setting
In this webinar, Stuart Levine (Director, MIT BioMicro Centre) demonstrates the miniaturization of a diverse set of Illumina library protocols on the TTP Labtech mosquito HV and their application to a broad variety of projects. Methods for library production with Illumina and NEB kits have been successfully implemented and are widely used. The miniaturization of these protocols has resulted in significant savings in library production cost, and in a notable increase in the average number of replicates performed by the scientists.

Webinar part 2:
High-throughput Single Cell RNA-seq from Flow-Sorted Cells Using a Novel Miniaturized CEL-seq2 Protocol
Single cell mRNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) is proving a very useful technology to answer many fundamental questions in biology. Plate-based scRNA-seq approaches are advantageous for the in-depth analysis of rare cell types and subpopulations selected by cell surface markers. This webinar, presented by Sagar (Postdoctoral Fellow, Max Planck Institute), will introduce a high-throughput process for generating sequencing libraries from single cells sorted into 384-well plates. Due to the reduction in reagent volumes achieved with a mosquito liquid handler, large numbers of cells can be sequenced in a highly cost-effective manner. Extensive benchmarking demonstrates the data quality from this scRNA-seq pipeline that underpins a number of peer-reviewed publications, notably in Cell, Nature Methods and Cell Metabolism.

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