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單細胞定序的新選擇  給您更好的實驗結果


Evercode™ split-pool combinatorial barcoding enables you to scale up your single cell projects to millions of cells or nuclei. Cells are first fixed and permeabilized, turning them into their own reaction vessels, removing the need to capture individual cells in droplets or microwells. The split-pool barcoding process then labels cells with an exponentially large number of barcode combinations making it possible to easily scale beyond other technologies. Up to 1 million cells, collected on different days, can be processed in parallel. Discover your lab’s full potential.


Same workflow for 10k – 1M cells/nuclei

1 to 96 samples


Prep, fix, and store samples. Lock in the biology for up to 6 months. Minimize batch effects.

Unmatched Sensitivity

Higher gene/transcript sensitivity. Avoid doublets and ambient RNA

No Instrument Needed

Only standard lab equipment

Forget clogs and cell size limitations

Combinatorial barcoding with Evercode™



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Library Prep

Travel through time with fixation

Fix cells or nuclei to lock in the biology until your experiment is ready. In time course studies, avoid uncertainty and remove batch effects by running samples collected on different days together.


Unmatched sensitivity at any scale

Run more samples. Use less sequencing. Delve deeper into the biology with gene and transcript detection that outperforms droplet-based methods. Evercode™ combinatorial barcoding technology works inside individual cells in a highly parallel fashion, resulting in unmatched data quality regardless of experimental size.


Every kit comes with our data analysis package, which transforms sequencing output into understandable results. Assess data quality, identify sample differences, interrogate genes of interest, and seamlessly upload data into popular tools like Seurat or Scanpy. An interactive web report allows anyone to easily browse the data and share results with collaborators.

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