Dolomite Bio, established as part of the Blacktrace group in 2016, has been highly active in developing novel tools for use in single-cell biology, its sales and applications teams doubling in size during the past 12 months, with 2018 having seen the launch of the company’s Nadia platform for high-throughput single-cell research. This user-friendly platform offers a number of advantages, including high gene capture rates and a low cost per run and cell and provides a fully automated, easy-to-use, high-throughput solution for cost-effective single-cell research. The platform is complemented by the Nadia Innovate open configurable development system for rapid protocol development and optimisation.
The Nadia platform was initially launched with a focus on single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-Seq) applications, which was extended to include high-throughput single nuclei RNA sequencing (sNuc-Seq) in November 2018. Additional applications are set to be released this year, with hardware, workflow and consumables enhancements under development to further extend the Nadia range and offer a complete single-cell preparation and analysis workflow.
For further information about Dolomite Bio visit www.dolomite-bio.com
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