10x Genomics Chromium

Close up image of the Genomics 10x Next GEM

Genomics Core provides two 10x Genomics Chromium Controllers with multiple supporting instruments for transcriptomic and epigenomic profiling at single cell resolution. The Chromium device uses microfluidic partitioning to capture single cells or nuclei in GEM (Gel Bead-in-Emulsion), generating molecular and cellular barcoded nucleic acids to construct Illumina sequencing libraries. Each microfluidic chip has eight channels, allowing up to eight samples partitioned in parallel with each containing 500-10,000 cells. Single cell RNA-seq reveals the full complexity of cellular diversity in a sample. With the combination of simultaneous detection of additional analytes, such as cell surface proteins and CRISPR edits, researchers will gain deeper insights into cell types and states. Furthermore, single cell ATAC profiles genome-wide open chromatin fragments for hundreds to tens of thousands of nuclei per chip, deepening our understanding of gene regulatory mechanisms.

Image of the two Next GEM instruments

Users are responsible to provide high viability single cell suspensions or isolated nuclei.

Manufacturer: 10x Genomics
Equipment Rates & Fees

10x Chromium
(assisted)

 
Service Unit RPI User External Nonprofit External Industry External Industry Partner
10x Chromium (standard) per run $53 $87 $174 $157
10x Chromium (assisted) per run $105 $173 $345 $311

 

  RPI Users External Nonprofit External Industry External Industry Partners
Personnel Time $63 $104 $207 $187

Valid through July 31, 2022. Rates are hourly unless specified otherwise and are subject to change without further notice.

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Please acknowledge the CBIS Core Facilities in all publications and grant applications where our equipment and/or personnel have facilitated the work. These acknowledgements are very important because documenting our contributions helps to ensure that the resources of the Core Facilities are sustainable.

  • Equipment: If you used Core Facility equipment, please note this in the Materials and Methods. e.g., Thermogravimetric analysis was carried out using a TA Instruments TGA-Q50 (Rensselaer CBIS Analytical Biochemistry Core Facility).
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  • Required Funding Authorization Form: Rensselaer researchers must fill out the CBIS Cores Authorization Form (PDF) to use the CBIS Core Facilities.
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