HiPR-FISH (high-phylogenetic-resolution microbiome mapping by fluorescence in situ hybridization) enables automated image analysis for highly multiplexed FISH experiments on microbial communities. The details are described in this manuscript.
STRS (Spatial Total RNA-Sequencing) is a method to spatially map the total transcriptome – including coding RNAs, noncoding RNAs, and viral/microbial RNAs. More information can be found in this manuscript.
DART-seq (Droplet-Assisted RNA Targeting by single-cell sequencing) is a protocol that enables simultaneous multiplexed amplicon sequencing and transcriptome analysis in single cells. More information can be found in this manuscript.
ssDNA ligation is a step-by-step protocol of the single-stranded DNA library preparation we use to sequence cell-free DNA isolated from plasma and urine. This library preparation is well suited for the recovery and DNA sequencing of ultrashort, highly fragmented cell-free DNA, as we describe in this manuscript.