Juliane Fischer

  As a Content Manager, Juliane is responsible for looking after our Applications and Marketing material and oversees the content presented on our website and blog. Prior to this, Juliane gained her PhD at Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology, Jena, Germany in Chromatin remodelling during a fungal‐bacterial interaction.


18 Stories by Juliane Fischer

Women in STEM spotlight: Dr. Muriel Breteau

It’s Women’s History month! What better time is there to celebrate the great achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM)? To...
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Quality control your scRNA-Seq data

Guide on How to quality control your scRNA-Seq data Data quality is paramount when it comes to the analysis and interpretation of single cell data....
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7th Annual Single Cell Analysis Congress, London, Highlights

The Single Cell Analysis Congress took place last week in London, UK. Paul Oakley, our Regional Manager for Europe, Muriel Breteau, Nadia Shakir and...
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Drop-seq – Getting to the core of single cells one drop at a time

Without a doubt, in the last few years single cell research has developed into one of the most successful emerging fields in clinical and...
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Keep calm and dropSeqPipe

Looking to analyze your single-cell RNA-Seq (scRNA-Seq) data in an easy and reproducible manner but don’t quite know how? You’ve come to the right...
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NEW Single cell data

NEW Single cell data from the Nadia Instrument (with real single-cell data examples!) A lot of people talk about how they want to generate...
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Top tips for success in your single cell research

Single-cell profiling is an exciting area that enables useful insights into the genetic patterns of thousands of individual cells. This offers new and vital...
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Why is flexibility in your single cell research important?

Single-cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-seq) is a cutting edge innovative technology that provides unprecedented insight into the expression patterns of thousands of single cells. Individually analyzing...
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