Go Back /  Location:Home / Application


Designed with Nanoscale Resolution to Address In-depth Spatial Biology Questions  

Stereo-seq (SpaTial Enhanced REsolution Omics-sequencing) technology is the only spatial technology on the market that is capable of exploring the whole transcriptome from multiple species at true single-cell resolution through various sizes of centimeter-level capturing chips.


Stereo-seq provides a powerful research tool that is capable of integrating gene expresslon, protein expressionand other multi-omics data for advanced analysis for cell type identification, tissue microenvironment exploration and cell/organ developmental research.



    Technical Highlights

    Technical Workflow


    Stereo-seq captures mRNA within the tissue on the chip and restores cellular spatial location through spatial coordination barcoding (Coordinate ID, CID), realizing in situ sequencing of tissues for establishing a strong research foundation for in-depth understanding of the relationship among gene expression, cell morphology and cellular microenvironments.

    Research Areas


    Through massive implementation in life Spatio-temporal atlas, species evolution, disease diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis, Stereo-seq and its future technical variations will thus be highly transformative for multiple research fields. It will enhance the overall understanding of human life and advance the redefinition of diseases.


    Click to View More Stereo-seq Information...

    • Hotline (Global)
      +86-4000-688-114
    • Email
      MGI-service@mgi-tech.com
    • Special Recommendations
    • *For research use only.

      Not for use in diagnostic procedures (except as specifically noted).
    Copyright © 2024 All Rights Reserved MGI Tech Co., Ltd. Guangdong ICP 16117185Privacy PolicyLegal NoticesCookie Policy
    Our use of cookies
    We would like to use necessary cookies to improve your browsing experience and the quality of our website. We would also like to set analytics cookies and advertisement cookies that help us make improvements by measuring how you use our website. Detailed information about the use of cookies on this website and how you can control your consent can be found in our Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy.
    Accept only strictly necessary cookiesAccept all cookies