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In a recent webinar, Dr. Rahul Satija demonstrated the newest version of the single cell analysis toolkit, Seurat v3, with new and improved capabilities for integrating single cell sequencing data across technologies.
  In May, 10x Genomics traveled to Tokyo to attend the EMBO Single Cell Biology Workshop and the Human Cell Atlas (HCA) General Assembly Meeting to learn all about recent scientific breakthroughs in single cell biology.
Hear first-hand from 10x Genomics scientists about the recent advancements in immunological research that allow the integration of simultaneous cellular read-outs to provide comprehensive characterization of immune cells.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’ve put together a playlist of some fierce women in science talking about topics ranging from immunotherapy to the microbiome to mapping the maternal-fetal interface on a single cell level.
We're excited to announce our Single Cell Summer Webinar Series. Join us to hear from our R&D scientists and meet our new and upcoming single cell solutions for CNV, ATAC-seq, mouse immune profiling and feature barcoding.
We’re excited to share our newest update to the Chromium Single Cell Immune Profiling Solution—mouse immune repertoire profiling!
Watch the on-demand Nature webcast presented by CITE-Seq co-author, Peter Smibert PhD.
AACR 2018 is officially over! It was a great conference and the last day was no exception. 
AACR 2018 might be more than halfway over, but it didn’t show any signs of slowing down today. It was another jam-packed day full of highlights, starting with a Symposium on cell fate and treatment response
Today was a big day for 10x at AACR 2018! Not only did I get to check out a bunch of great posters and talks featuring 10x technology, but I also got to attend the 10x Genomics Workshop, “Revealing the True Biology of Cancer."