Be more than a lone data point! The Reproducibility Project is bringing together scientists across the world to prove that generating precise single cell data can be convenient and reproducible. At the core of the study are our engineered yeast called DOTs (short for Detectors-On-Target), which use the power of genetic engineering for highly sensitive identification of cell types.

So what’s the plan? Using DOT kits, we at Sampling Human have characterized multiple rare cell phenotypes at the theoretical limit of detection. You, the project participants, will put the reproducibility of these DOT kits to the test by measuring the same samples in your own labs (no special equipment necessary). The best part is, the phenotypes will be characterized collectively, so each participant needs to commit just 15 minutes of hands-on time. The experimental results will be published to set a new standard for reproducibility in single cell research.

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Join the project to read more and get your own DOT kit for free