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Higher resolution
Stereo-seq achieves a nanoscale resolution of 500 nm, which enables spatial localization and identification of single-cell and their molecular information.
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Larger FOV
The standard chip size for Stereo-seq is 1 cm*1 cm and can be expanded up to 13 cm*13 cm.
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Customization
Stereo-seq supports customizing chips of different sizes according to tissue size, providing more options for your research.
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Customization
STOmics Stereo-seq

Independently developed by STOmics, Stereo-seq technology is the one and only spatial-omics technology in the world that could achieve both centimeter level panoramic field of view and subcellular resolution. Ever since its release in the early 2021, it has drawn extensive attention around the globe and was praised as 'the thunderclap in the academia', bringing life science research into a new era of time and space while ushering in the third revolution in the field of life sciences.

STOmics Stereo-seq

Independently developed by STOmics, Stereo-seq technology is the one and only spatial-omics technology in the world that could achieve both centimeter level panoramic field of view and subcellular resolution. Ever since its release in the early 2021, it has drawn extensive attention around the globe and was praised as 'the thunderclap in the academia', bringing life science research into a new era of time and space while ushering in the third revolution in the field of life sciences.
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