Light-Seq is a new pretty cool technique for highly multiplexed sequencing of RNA in tissue sections using light. This technique is highly sensitive, highly spatially resolved and because it does not destroy the tissue, it can be combined with protein labelling (genetic or by immunolabelling).
On one of our single-point confocal/spinning disk/widefield system at the LCI facility, we have a device called Primo (DMD + UV laser) which can be used to run this technique! 🙂
Let us know if you would like to set up LightSeq at the LCI core facility!
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Setting it up would be totally amazing
Hi Igor. Indeed! Shall we give it a try together? 🙂