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Barcoded oligonucleotides ligated on RNA amplified for multiplex and parallel in-situ analyses
Eswar P. R. Iyer,
Richie E. Kohman,
Asmamaw T. Wassie,
Paul Louis Reginato,
Edward S Boyden,
Posted 13 Mar 2018
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/281121
Posted 13 Mar 2018
We present Barcoded Oligonucleotides Ligated On RNA Amplified for Multiplexed and parallel In-Situ analysis (BOLORAMIS), a reverse-transcription (RT)-free method for spatially-resolved, targeted, in-situ RNA identification of single or multiple targets. For this proof of concept, we have profiled 154 distinct coding and small non-coding transcripts ranging in sizes 18 nucleotide (nt) in length and upwards, from over 200,000 individual human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) and demonstrated compatibility with multiplexed detection, enabled by fluorescent in-situ sequencing. We use BOLORAMIS data to identify differences in spatial localization and cell-to-cell expression heterogeneity. Our results demonstrate BOLORAMIS to be a generalizable toolset for targeted, in-situ detection of coding and small non-coding RNA for single or multiplexed applications.
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