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Evercode WT v2 Compared with Chromium 3’ v3.1 in Human PBMCs

This 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).
Customer Profiles
August 17, 2023

Exploring the Frontiers of Prion Research: A Q&A with Emmanuelle Vire, Ph.D.

We recently sat down with Dr. Vire to discuss the current state of her research, particularly CJD.
Breaking the Funding Barrier
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Top Grant Proposal Writing Tips from a Grant Reviewer

Learn the secrets of successful grant proposal writing from Dr. Manuela Martins-Green, a seasoned grant reviewer.

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BioTechX - Europe

Oct 4   -   Oct 6

Stop by booth #403 to talk with Parse team members and join us for our 20-minute presentation on Wednesday, October 4, 2023, at 3:30 pm.

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Festival of Genomics 2023

Oct 4   -   Oct 5

Stop by booth #29 to talk with Parse team members or join us for our 30 minute presentation titled "Expanding Capabilities in Single Cell RNA Sequencing," on Wednesday, October 4, 2023 at 12:10pm at the secret stage location.

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Single Cell Genomics 2023

Oct 9   -   Oct 11

Parse is proud to be a lunch sponsor at this single cell focused conference that brings together many of the pioneers and leading experts in the field for three days of extensive, interdisciplinary, and informal discussion. Parse team members will be in attendance for you to connect with.

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Evercode™ Whole Transcriptome products are enabling scientists to push scRNA-Seq past the limitations of previous technologies to detect more genes per cell, enabling a deeper understanding of biological function – with no capital expense of an instrument required. This also means no more rushing samples between labs or scheduling time on a shared instrument.

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