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Sample GSM6346303 Query DataSets for GSM6346303
Status Public on Jul 19, 2022
Title A8-B11-Feature
Sample type SRA
Source name Human PBMCs
Organism Homo sapiens
Characteristics tissue: Blood
cell type: PBMC
treatment: Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor
disease state: A8 (Group A, Hash4-TotalSeqC), B11 (Group B, Hash3-TotalSeqC)
Extracted molecule other
Extraction protocol Frozen PBMCs were removed from liquid nitrogen and resuspended in warm RPMI media + 10% FBS (@ 37ºC) by adding 1 mL, 3 mL, 4 mL, 8 mL 16 mL media at 30-60 second intervals. Cells were washed and passed through a 40 um filter, centrifuged @ 300 rcf x 5 min and resuspended in PBS with 50 ul 1% BSA and Biolegend Fc Receptor Blocking Solution (Human TrueStain FcX (Cat. No. 422301) or Mouse TruStain PLUS (mouse) Fc block for 20 minutes. Afterwards, another 50 uL of antibody mastermix containing Biolegend TotalSeq-C antibodies for staining (see manuscript for full antibody list) for final manufacture-recommended concentration of 1.0 ug of antibody in 100 ul of staining buffer for every 1 million cells for a total of 10-15 minutes incubation. After incubation, cells were washed 2x by resuspending in 1.5 mL PBS + 1% RNase-free BSA (MACS BSA Stock Solution No. 130-091-376) and then 1 mL PBS + 0.04% BSA. 10 uL of cell suspension was then taken for counting and appropriate volume of PSA + 0.04% BSA was added (200-500 uL) to aim for final target concentration of 1-1.5 million cells/mL). Cells were then loaded into Chromium Next GEM Chip G (10x PN 2000177) to achieve 4000-6000 cells target cell recovery per non-multiplexed sample or 20,000-24,000 target cells per multiplexed sample if cell hashing was performed. If cell hashing was performed, the individual samples were pooled into one sample prior to running the Chromium Controller.
All steps from cDNA isolation to library preparation were completed according to 10x’s manufacturing protocols for the Chromium Next GEM Single Cell V(D)J Reagent Kits v1.1. Isolated cDNA was amplified (14 cycles), and then cDNA was allocated for TCR enrichment, feature barcode library generation, and 5’ cDNA library generation. cDNA and library quality was evaluated using the high sensitivity DNA kit on the Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer.
Library strategy OTHER
Library source other
Library selection other
Instrument model Illumina NovaSeq 6000
Description CITE-seq data
Surface Protein Feature Barcode Sequence
Processed data for this sample available on GSM6346293
Data processing Raw single-cell RNA-seq data were processed using 10x Genomics Cell Ranger (6.0.2) to demultiplex the FASTQ reads in order to align them to the human or mouse reference genomes and count the unique molecular identifier (UMI) (through the “cellranger count” function). Human reference used was GRCh38 and mouse reference was refdata-gex-mm10-2020-A, downloaded from the 10x website.
Raw T cell receptor (TCR) sequencing data were processed using 10x Genomics Cell Ranger (v4.0.3). In summary, the algorithm aligned FASTQ reads to human GRCh38 V(D)J reference genome (v4.0.0, from 10X Genomics) by using the “cellranger vdj” function, resulting in the assembly of V(D)J sequences and clonotypes (38).
Individual sample gene expression matrices were loaded into Seurat v4.0.0 R package ( for further analysis.
To filter out poor quality data from cells with high mitochondrial gene expression likely to be dead/damaged cells (59), we removed cells with greater than >15% mitochondrial genes present (60). Additionally, we removed cells for which less than 500 genes were detected.
Assembly: h38, mouse (from 10x website - refdata-gex-mm10-2020-A.tar.gz) -
Supplementary files format and content: TCR-seq: *filtered_contig_annotations.csv
Supplementary files format and content: scRNA-seq, CITE-seq: *feature_bc_matrix.tar
Library strategy: CITE-seq
Submission date Jul 18, 2022
Last update date Nov 29, 2022
Contact name Han Zhu
Organization name Stanford University
Department Cardiovascular Medicine
Lab Sean Wu Lab
Street address G1105, 265 Campus Drive
City Stanford
State/province CA
ZIP/Postal code 94305
Country USA
Platform ID GPL24676
Series (1)
GSE180045 Identification of Pathogenic Immune Cell Subsets in Checkpoint Inhibitor-induced Myocarditis
BioSample SAMN29804446
SRA SRX16325353

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Raw data are available in SRA
Processed data provided as supplementary file

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