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Spatial transcriptomics technology complements the spatial information lost in single-cell RNA sequencing, which enables visualization and quantitative analysis of transcriptomics of cells in tissue sections. Although this technology is a promising tool to study complex biological processes, its popularization is limited by cumbersome barcoding steps. We presented a microfluidics-based barcoding strategy called Matrix-seq, which gets rid of both precision instruments and the in situ indexing.doi:10.1101/2022.08.05.502952 fatcat:7kqnirxfencmtdajznxxeipk5y