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Human PBMCs were used as they are an ideal model system for benchmarking due to their heterogeneity in cell sizes and total RNA content - key factors affecting the performance of scRNA-seq methods. Additionally, the major cell type proportions and their corresponding marker gene expression are well-defined.
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PBMCs from two healthy donors (designated as H1 and H2) were prepared in a single batch and distributed into two aliquots. Aliquot 1 was used for 10x library preparation using a Chromium Next GEM Single Cell 3’ Kit v3.1 without multiplexing the H1 and H2 samples. Aliquot 2 was used for Parse library preparation using the Evercode WT v2 kit. Samples H1 and H2 were multiplexed with nine other samples in a single library (total of 11 PBMC samples). All libraries were sequenced together to minimize differences in sequencing depth, with a target of ~10,000 cells per sample.
1 Each sample was down-sampled to 20,000 reads per cell. The total number of genes detected was calculated for each cell in the sample, and the median value was taken.
Our study focused on comparing the library efficiency, gene detection sensitivity, gene expression quantification, and cell type recovery between Evercode WT and Chromium 3’ libraries using peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs).
Please refer to our preprint for more details: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2023.06.28.546827v1
H1 Analysis Summary Report
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