You can greatly increase the reliability of your genomic analysis results by improving the quality of your starting material. Regardless of the type of cellular samples you work with, we provide gentle and automated techniques for optimal preparation of cells prior to genomic analysis.
Discover our workflow solutions below to achieve new heights and obtain the best possible genomic data from your samples for any application, including tumor research, neuroscience, or drug and biomarker discovery.
When working with solid tissues, the state of collected samples needs to be preserved until further processing. MACS Tissue Storage Solution prevents cellular stress responses to uphold tissue quality and enable reliable genomic analysis.
Preparation of solid tissues into single-cell suspensions is the most critical step in single-cell genomics. gentleMACS Technology ensures the retrieval of viable cells with preserved cellular composition to allow for reliable genomic analysis.
High cell viability is a key prerequisite to obtain accurate and reliable data when performing single-cell genomic analyses, especially when analyzing the transcriptome. During sample clean up, dead cells, debris, erythrocytes, and cell aggregates are removed from samples to achieve the best possible genomic analysis results.
Isolation of target cells significantly increases the sensitivity of NGS or single-cell genomic analysis and decreases costs by avoiding sequencing of non-target cells. MACS Technology allows for fast, gentle, and straightforward target cell isolation while preventing cellular stress responses to achieve reliable genomic analysis.
Multi-parameter cell sorting can be stressful for cells and is a possible cause of genetic changes that could distort genomic analysis. The MACSQuant Tyto enables gentle multi-parameter target cell isolation and minimizes cellular stress prior to genomic analysis.
Including a quality control step before proceeding with genomic analysis maximizes data quality and saves time and costs. Reach higher sample standards by performing an accurate cell count and determining target cell viability and purity using MACSQuant Analyzers.