iRepertoire’s immune sequencing services

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Immune repertoire sequencing: RepSeq and RepSeq+ iRepertoire’s sequencing services RepSeq and RepSeq+ complement our amplification technologies arm-PCR and dam-PCR, respectively. Because arm-PCR and dam-PCR have different strengths, the decision of whether to use RepSeq or RepSeq+ will depend on the nature of your specific project.  Arm-PCR uses internal and external nested primers for extremely inclusive…

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iPair: iRepertoire’s single cell immune sequencing service

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Why single cells? Information related to the physical, cognate pairing of TCR-alpha and -beta chains or Ig-heavy and -light chains is lost once RNA extraction is performed on a bulk cell sample. iPair, our single cell immune sequencing service, was developed so that the repertoire of individual cells could be profiled through capture of chain…

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iRepertoire’s data analysis services

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All of our services come with complimentary basic data analysis through our proprietary pipeline, which then outputs data to iRweb. iRweb is a web-based RepSeq bioinformatic software that allows researchers to have all of the following services and analyses performed on their samples: Barcode demultiplexing The number of CDR3s captured in the library and the…

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iRweb: Technical notes

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Overview This page describes the technical steps involved in iRweb’s bioinformatic pipeline. If you are unfamiliar with data analysis for next-generation sequencing, we suggest you visit our NGS overview page. For a general introduction to iRweb, see our Learning Center article about data analysis. For more details about iRweb than what can be found on…

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