- Sony Biotechnology
- Sony Biotechnology
Join this free webinar on best practices for studying biological systems at the single cell level by reviewing the experiment workflow from sample processing to sequencing and data analysis.
As the global prevalence of allergic inflammation continues to rise, efforts towards discovery of novel therapeutic modalities are very significant. Canadian immunologist Dr. MacNeil and his team pursue this using flow cytometry to identify the mechanism of allergy induced inflammation. Using the Sony SH800 cell sorter, Dr. MacNeil's lab sorts hematopoetic stem cells for immune profiling of the activated mast cell population. Individual cells from this population are sorted into a 96-well plate— for studying genetic and epigenetic basis of allergic response.
Join us in this educational webinar to review the basic principles of spectral flow cytometry and understand how users of all expertise levels can easily design panels for high-parameter experiments to achieve a greater depth of information. This webinar will highlight how spectrally adjacent fluorochromes, fluorescent proteins, and fluorochromes excited by multiple lasers can be easily incorporated into a panel when using Sony spectral systems.
Join our free educational webinar to learn from an eminent researcher how Single-Cell Combinatorial Indexing (SCI) can be used for assessment of the open chromatin landscape of single cells.
Join this free webinar to learn how researchers are integrating cell sorting, RNA sequencing, ex-vivo phenotype profiling, and patient-derived xenografts to study the mechanisms of PD-L1 resistance in cancer.
Join Flow Cytometry Lab Directors – Peter Lopez and Rui Gardner for this Best Practices Webinar on how to achieve optimal results from cell sorting.
See the results of sorting a 12-color immunophenotyping panel for T-cell, B-cell, NK-cell, and monocyte subsets using the MA900 cell sorter. Learn more about how 4 lasers, 12 fluorescence parameters, and 4-way sorting can dramatically simplify operation to make sorting less subjective and improve reliability.
Join this free webinar to learn how to optimize sample preparation and obtain quality data from a multiplexed, single-cell sequencing assay. Increasingly, single-cell sequencing is used to profile the transcriptome of rare cell populations, resolve antigen binding specificities of T cells, and trace distinct cell lineages in development.
Single-cell sequencing has proven invaluable to understanding the biology of heterogeneous samples such as brain or tumor tissues. However, sorting individual cells into wells for downstream sequencing does not provide adequate throughput needed for meaningful analysis of the epigenetic states of the cells. To address this challenge, this research team developed a new methodology to analyze properties of single cells by labeling cell nuclei with DNA "barcodes" and distributing them using the SH800 sorter from Sony Biotechnology.