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Exploring personalized treatments for bladder cancer with scRNA-seq22nd August 2018

A Dolomite Bio system is helping researchers in the Department of Molecular Medicine at Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark to explore the potential of single cell RNA sequencing for personalized treatment of bladder cancer.

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Exploring personalized treatments for bladder cancer with scRNA-seq
Dolomite Bio releases new Drop-seq datasets showing high gene capture and cost-effective single cell RNA sequencing7th August 2018

Dolomite Bio, a leading provider of high throughput single cell technology today announced the release of its new drop-seq datasets for single cell RNA-Seq. The data, generated on Dolomite Bio’s Nadia Instrument, demonstrates excellent single cell RNA-seq performance with high gene capture, low doublet rates and cost-effective profiling.

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Dolomite Bio releases new Drop-seq datasets showing high gene capture and cost-effective single cell RNA sequencing
Whole brain single cell RNA-sequencing used to understand memory and learning7th June 2018

Scientists in the Center for Neural Circuits and Behaviour at the University of Oxford have adopted Dolomite Bio’s RNA-Seq System to support their research into cell diversity in fruit fly (Drosophila) brains.

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Whole brain single cell RNA-sequencing used to understand memory and learning
Dolomite Bio and Partek Collaborate on Single Cell Analysis Pipeline for Nadia Instrument8th May 2018

Dolomite Bio, a leading provider of high throughput single cell technology, and Partek Incorporated, a recognized leader in the development of powerful genomic data analysis tools – today announced a collaboration to combine Partek’s single cell data analysis capabilities with Dolomite Bio’s microfluidic droplet-based single cell technology.

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Dolomite Bio and Partek Collaborate on Single Cell Analysis Pipeline for Nadia Instrument
Researcher Spotlight: Dr Juliane Fischer11th April 2018

Application specialist and coffee lover. When not in the office or the lab, you will find Juliane in a yoga class or salsa dancing. Prior to working at Dolomite Bio, Juliane did a PhD in microbiology at the leibniz institute for natural product research and infection biology.

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Researcher Spotlight: Dr Juliane Fischer