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Webinar: Characterizing B cells and Their Antibodies Using Single-Cell RNA Sequencing (scRNA-seq)
The study of single cells has provided insights into the composition and function of an increasing number of biological systems across both health and disease. Single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) is a particularly powerful approach that can provide the subtype, transcriptional state, and antibody sequence of single B cells. Monoclonal antibodies derived from these single B cells can then be cloned and characterized, thereby coupling the specificity of each B cell with its transcriptional program.
This webinar covers:
- Current methods of scRNA-seq
- Bioinformatics approaches for identifying antibody sequences within scRNA-seq data
- Single cell monoclonal antibody generation
- Novel insights into food allergy revealed by coupling antibody specificity with transcriptomics
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