The Chromium iX controller represents an upgrade to our previous Chromium Controller instrument, and allows users to partition large numbers of cells or nuclei into individual droplets for genomic analysis. The iX supports a wider range of assays than the earlier instrument, including analysis of single nuclei from FFPE samples. The instrument is located in the Studio’s lab (HBTM 07006D), and is available on a self-service basis, with users providing their own reagent kits, which are purchased from 10X Genomics. Each lab has a “super user” who was trained by 10X Genomics, who will then train lab members. For more information please contact Lai Ding (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Studio previously partnered with the Division of Rheumatology, Alllergy and Immunology and the Evergrande Center to launch what is now the Center for Cellular Profiling, a full-service core that offers single cell genomic analysis, providing an alternative to the Studio’s self-service option. Please contact the CCP further details.
PUBLICATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: If support from the NeuroTechnology Studio results in a research paper or other public presentation, please acknowledge this support by including the following statement in your publication(s):
“We thank the NeuroTechnology Studio at Brigham and Women’s Hospital for providing [as applicable] instrument access and consultation on data acquisition and data analysis. “