Member since: 2019
Organization: Kin'S Academy
Gives us good results in a fraction of the time of other kits.
Application Area: Library prep
"It's easy to use and gives exact data for genes in little time so we can collect and diagnose more test regularly, giving good value for the money. It is also easy use."
Member since: 2020
Great results but a little expensive.
Application Area:Regulation of gene expression
"The product is very effective, easy to handle and most importantly, it gives accurate results. The products are a bit expensive and the company needs to improve the quality of after-sales care in developing countries such as Egypt."
Member since: 2020
Organization: Dartmouth College
Amazing data quality.
Application Area:Epigenetics and chromatin regulation
"We have been investigating chromatin modifiers for a few years. We have observed robust single agent activity in our efficacy studies. We confirmed our compounds ability to increase antigen presentation machinery and modulate relevant immune cell populations. However, we wanted to investigate its mechanism of action. We have used the SureCell ATAC-Seq Library Prep Kit to confirm our data-set and we highlighted a novel mechanism for chromatin regulation. The quality of the data and service was amazing and reduced the time to prepare the samples for sequencing, especially when we had lots of samples."
The SureCell ATAC-Seq Library Prep Kit and ATAC-Seq Analysis Toolkit enable reproducible genome-wide profiling of the epigenomic landscape at the single-cell level with a high number of unique reads per cell so you can better understand the mechanisms that drive how genes are regulated.
Features and Benefits
Greater than 65% and up to 95% cell capture efficiency
Adjustable cell throughput range of as few as 400 or more
than 4,000 cells per sample
Best sensitivity possible from the highest number of unique sequencing fragments that map to the nuclear genome, ATAC peaks, and transcription start sites
A powerful and efficient informatics tool in a flexible pipeline
Runs on the ddSEQ Single-Cell Isolator
Works with nuclei or whole cells
Applications and Uses
Answer deep questions about regulation of gene expression through interrogation of promoters, enhancers, or other regulatory elements
Characterize relationships between cis-regulatory elements and non-coding genetic variation
Validate scRNA-Seq studies as an orthogonal approach