We are excited to announce that the Single Cell Genomics Core and Human Immunology Center Flow Core are merging to form the CENTER FOR CELLULAR PROFILING: CYTOMETRY AND SINGLE-CELL MULTIOMICS!
Starting October 1st, 2021, the and Single-Cell Genomics Core and Human Immunology Center will merge to form the CENTER FOR CELLULAR PROFILING: CYTOMETRY AND SINGLE-CELL MULTIOMICS Core Facility. By merging, we are able to provide a new pricing structure, offer new services, and to perform our experiments with increased efficiency. We are excited at the opportunities this will present to our users and thank you for your patience as we undergo this transition. Please be on the look out for our official announcement, which will provide more detailed information regarding pricing and services, and for our newly designed website.
Disease Deconstruction by Single Cell Transcriptomics:
A new molecular pathology with single cell resolution
The advent of droplet-based single cell transcriptomic analysis now offers the ability to assess single cells from patient samples or animal models in dramatic detail and has the potential to identify new pathologic cell subsets and phenotypes that may be targeted therapeutically. The Single Cell Genomics Core offers researchers an integrated pipeline to perform successful single cell transcriptomic analysis, including droplet-based single cell transcriptome library preparation, sequencing, and bioinformatic analysis through the core, along with technical expertise on tissue processing, sample preparation, and cell isolation.
For more information, please email: SingleCell@bwh.harvard.edu