Perform Spatial Transcriptomics experiments in your lab,
with our easy-to-use technology.
See an overview over our process and the products that help you produce Spatial Transcriptomics data.
Ever tried navigating through an unknown city without a map? This is what traditional RNA-Seq in tissues can look like today. For the first time Spatial Transcriptomics provides a map by combining histology and full mRNA analysis in an innovative way.
No, we have found that laboratories have all the major infrastructure required for Spatial Transcriptomics in place. For a comprehensive list of instruments and reagents needed for the protocol see RESOURCES.
Our glass slides contain 1007 spots with a diameter of 100 μm and a center to center distance 200 μm. This gives a comprehensive overview of a tissue’s architecture while maintaining high sample throughput and limited sequencing costs.