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ASHG 2019

October 15–19, 2019 | American Society of Human Genetics, Houston, TX


Power a new future in molecular genomics.

  • Nanoscale reactions
  • Automated workflows
  • Real savings

Visit Fluidigm at Booth 1107

Exhibit Dates and Hours:

Wednesday, October 16 10:00 am–4:30 pm
Thursday, October 17 10:00 am–4:30 pm
Friday, October 18 10:00 am–3:30 pm

Make the most of the conference by attending our Exhibitor Education Events.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 | 12:45–2:00 pm

Hilton Americas–Houston, Room 335ABC (across the skybridge from the Convention Center)

Gourmet box lunches will be served.

Redefining Library Prep for RNA-Seq Applications–A Microfluidics-Based Approach for Superior Workflow Efficiencies

What you will learn at this luncheon

RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) by next-generation sequencing (NGS) accelerates transcriptome studies by providing a sensitive and accurate hypothesis-free method to measure expression. As the volume of RNA samples being sequenced by molecular genomics laboratories continues to rise, so does the need to maximize workflow efficiencies and minimize resource consumption. Automation of nanoliter-scale library prep has the potential to significantly advance transcriptomics with streamlined methods to study complex events while substantially reducing associated costs.

In this workshop, speakers will discuss their success and application of RNA-seq using automated microfluidics-based library prep solutions.



Join us at our breakfast workshop to learn how our total RNA-seq approach has been optimized for an automated microfluidics-based workflow, enabling significant resource and cost savings. Additional applications that will be presented include CORTAD-seq (full-length mRNA and targeted genomic DNA from the same cell) and REAP-seq (mRNA and protein expression from the same cell), both of which represent exciting advances supporting multi-omic analysis of single cells.

Thursday, October 17, 2019 | 7:15–8:45 am

Hilton Americas - Houston, Room 335ABC (across the skybridge from the Convention Center)

American continental breakfast buffet.

Moving Beyond Classification of Single Cells in Complex Systems Leveraging Microfluidics

What you will learn at this breakfast

The evolution of single-cell genomic analysis has reached an inflection point where the information obtained from any given cell requires a preparatory technology that allows for deeper and wider interrogation. Come learn about our new total RNA-seq approach, which enables full-length transcript analysis of both poly(A) and non-poly(A) genes while also retaining strand orientation and sequencing library prep performed on an integrated fluidic circuit (IFC). Additional applications that will be presented include CORTAD-seq (full-length mRNA and targeted genomic DNA from the same cell) and REAP-seq (mRNA and protein expression from the same cell), both of which represent exciting advances supporting the need for multi-omic analysis of single cells.

Posters featuring Fluidigm technology

Friday, October 18, 2:00–3:00 pm

Exhibit Hall, Level 1

Poster Number

Title

Presenting Author

Category

1754F Two NGS library prep panels for analyzing tumor cells for actionable mutations using a flexible, automated microfluidics platform. Tom Goralski Molecular Phenotyping and Omics Technologies
1874F Integration of molecular chemistries supporting a full-length, mRNA sequencing library preparation method on a microfluidic circuit Michael L. Phelan Molecular Phenotyping and Omics Technologies

Featured solutions on exhibit

Visit the Fluidigm booth to explore products up close and visit with us about your projects.


Juno™


Juno™

C1™

Characterize selected cell populations with high molecular detection sensitivity using a broad menu of multi-omic single-cell assays.


C1


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