Asteria™ Kit and Cytonaut™ Software:
Single-cell RNA-seq made accessible to any benchtop and any project
Planning single-cell experiments can be a tall order. Join Hélène Eckert, senior R&D Leader, and Barbara André, director of Bioinformatics, in this webinar to learn how the RevGel-seq technology can help you confidently design flexible, convenient, and efficient end-to-end single-cell RNA-seq studies.
During this seminar will be discussed:
- The technical concept behind the instrument-free technology RevGel-seq
- The flexibility of the Asteria™ scRNA-seq benchtop kit to ease single-cell logistics
- The performances of the Asteria kit on various cell types
- The accessibility of the companion data analysis software Cytonaut™ to all researchers
- And much more!
A Q&A session will follow the presentations, where you will have the chance to ask your single-cell related questions.
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Hélène Eckert has over 10 years of experience in molecular biology. After receiving her M.S. in Plant Genetics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USA), she worked on plant genetic engineering at Iowa State University (USA) and Bayer Crop Science (Lyon, France). She then joined the Curie Institute in Paris, where she spent 6 years studying long noncoding RNAs in vertebrate development. She is a key leader in the development of the RevGel-seq technology now released as the Asteria™ scRNA-seq Kit.
Barbara André has 10+ years of experience in software R&D for biomedical applications. With an engineering background in computer science and applied mathematics, she received her PhD in medical image computing from Mines Paris Tech. She contributed to innovative prototypes and led the development of sustainable software products for the industry, especially in the domain of genetic analysis. At Scipio bioscience, she is leading the development of the Cytonaut™ single-cell data analysis software.