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Beyond Single-Cell RNA Sequencing with our Multi-Omics Kits

Our single-cell RNA sequencing kits are designed to streamline your research process, offering a seamless, efficient, and high-quality solution for single cell resolution analysis.

Singleron’s unique solutions support your research with a broad range of features, from highly specific targeted single-cell sequencing to epigenetic and immune profiling. Utilizing our SCOPE-chip technology, combined with specialized smart solutions, you can effectively tackle your research questions.

SCOPE® Kits Highlights

Unique Solutions: Empower Precision Research and Breakthrough Discoveries
Instrument-Free: Attain High-Quality Results and Ensure Advanced Research
Ease of Use: Streamline Your Workflow and Save Time

Discover The Perfect Kit Tailored to Your Research Needs

Tissue Preservation and Dissociation

Two solutions in one kit for: 72h tissue preservation and efficient tissue dissociation

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Single Cell RNA Library

Discover whole transcriptome profiling at single cell level

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Single Nucleus RNA Library

For frozen tissue or complex tissue/cells

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Immune Profiling

Easy and efficient immune receptor profiling through sequencing of the V(D)J region

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Immune Profiling (full length)

For a deep dive into immune profiling such as isotype and repertoire information.

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Targeted Variant Detection

Customizable! Detect specific variant such as SNVs, fusion genes, viral genes and whole transcriptome from the same single cells

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Time Resolved RNA Library

Delineate nascent RNA from long-lasting transcripts

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Glycosylation Discovery

Protein glycosylation detection and whole transcriptome from the same single cells

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Microbial Single Cell RNA Library

Specifically designed for microbial samples such as yeast

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Sample Multiplexing

Combine up to 16 samples to boost throughput and reduce per-sample cost

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Customer Stories

The ability to preserve cells for up to three days allows sample collection away from the processing laboratory. It also provides the opportunity to justify the use of single cell analysis for diagnosis. Thus, with these three extra days, we can at least perform a histologic analysis that can help us to select the samples for single-cell RNA sequencing. We have received an extremely high and a very unusually intensive level of support from Singleron in transferring single cell technologies to our sample specifications.

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Margarete Odenthal Laboratory of Translational Pathology University of Cologne

We never thought we could just send out mouse hearts and get valuable data on neutrophils back.

Dr. Bartolo Ferraro Institute of Cardiovascular Physiology and Pathophysiology, Biomedical Center (BMC) LMU Munich

We performed single cell RNAseq on brain organoid using Singleron’s service, and were able to discover the cell types of interests. I did not imagine that conducting single cell experiments could be made so easy, simply ship my fresh tissue in their buffer, then get fully analyzed results. Thanks to Singleron team for the continuous support.

Kristina Xiao Liang, DDS, PhD Department of Clinical Medicine University of Bergen, Norway

Singleron has propelled our research with a state-of-the-art pipeline for single-cell transcriptomic analysis providing robust results and fast turn-around-time.

Dr. med. Christopher Jannik-Nelke Department for Neurology University Hospital Düsseldorf

“We have used the single cell and single nuclei sequencing from Singleron in several projects, all focused on human brain organoids. Working with Singleron was a great experience. I am very pleased with the quality and speed of their analysis.”

Prof. Dr. Jens Schwamborn Department of Developmental and Cellular Biology University of Luxembourg (LCSB)
Prof. Dr. Jens Schwamborn

We worked with Singleron on several  scRNAseq projects and were pleasantly surprised to see  how well the technology worked on clinical biopsy samples. This type of analysis on tiny biopsies had been very difficult if not impossible to do in the past, due to the loss of cells and cell viability during transport. Singleron was very helpful in discussing and optimizing all steps from sample preparation via extraction to analysis. We highly recommend Singleron as a versatile and also cost-effective solution for your  scRNAseq projects.

Prof. Dr. Hauke Busch Professor of Systems Medicine University of Lübeck

Singleron excelled in our benchmarking experiments delivering outstanding results, and providing the perfect framework for our project.

Dr. Mariona Nadal Postdoctoral Fellow Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Barcelona, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Working with Singleron was a great experience. With their combination of single cell RNAseq and custom bioinformatics, they greatly sped up the project timeline. Our latest project just got accepted in Nature Cancer and I am looking forward to upcoming projects!

Dr. Maximilian Merz Head of Early Clinical Trials Unit University Clinic of Leipzig

Quick and supportive technical assistance as well as management of services. I was extremely satisfied with the performance and Project Managers’ support.

Deung-Dae Park, PhD Postdoctoral Researcher Molecular Cardiology, Internal Medicine II, Universitätklinikum Ulm

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Choose Service to Delegate the Tricky Experimental Procedures to Our Experts

We offer single cell analysis services. Ship your samples and receive publication-ready data in no time.

Our end-to-end single cell analysis services range from project consultation, tissue dissociation and/or nuclei isolation, multi-omics analysis, sequencing, and data analysis for researchers and pharma partners.

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