Taking your single-cell sequencing to new lengths with Oxford Nanopore
March 26 2024, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM GMT

Knowledge Exchange overview

The analysis of genomic heterogeneity at the single-cell level has provided new insights into many research areas, including cancer research, cell development and function, and immunology. However, the use of short-read sequencing limits the ability to identify isoforms, alternative splicing, variants, and other biologically important features. Nanopore sequencing resolves this challenge by enabling the analysis of full-length transcripts to gain a deeper understanding of complex biology.

Join this Knowledge Exchange to learn more about implementing the Oxford Nanopore single-cell sequencing workflow — from library preparation to data analysis — with our in-house experts. The presentations will be followed by a live Q&A session.

You will hear about:

  • Best practices for library preparation with 10x Genomics full-length cDNA

  • Easy-to-implement data analysis with our EPI2ME workflow: wf-single-cell

  • Example data analysis outputs, including UMAPs and tertiary analysis compatible files

Please note, this Knowledge Exchange will broadcast at 7am (GMT)/3pm (SGT) and 4pm (GMT)/12pm (EDT). You can select the one suitable for you below.

Meet the speakers

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Rebecca Pawluk, Development Scientist in Sample Technology, Oxford Nanopore

Rebecca Pawluk is a Development scientist at Oxford Nanopore with a background in disease genetics. ...

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Neil Horner, Software Developer, Oxford Nanopore

Neil Horner is software developer within the Customer Workflows team. In the two years that Neil has...

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Shauna Clark, Segment Marketing Manager, Single Cell, Oxford Nanopore

Shauna Clark is the Segment Marketing Manager, Single Cell at Oxford Nanopore...

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Ann Chia, Inside Sales Specialist, Oxford Nanopore

Ann is currently serving as an Oxford Nanopore Account Specialist within the APAC team. She holds a ...