August 7, 2017

An important principle in our work is to maximize the information we get from precious patient specimens.  To that end, technologies that simultaneously provide protein and transcript information from the same single cells are critical.

I've contributed to two recently...

March 19, 2017

Just read a very exciting paper in Nature's Scientific Reports Journal:

Basically, the authors use DNA sequences to tag antibodies instead of fluorochromes.  Since an unlimited number of unique sequences can be generated, one could - theoretically - multiplex as many an...

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