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RNA-Seq: Less Lumping, More Splitting

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Single-Cell RNA-Seq Detects Subtle Differences between Cellular Subtypes, Demands Specialized Methods of Data Analysis Genetic Engineering News by Richard A. Stein, M.D., Ph.D Categorization has preoccupied biologists going back to the days of classical Greece, when no less a figure ...

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Building a human cell atlas with RNA-Seq

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from Nature by Anna Nowogrodzki – Aviv Regev likes to work at the edge of what is possible. In 2011, the computational biologist was collaborating with molecular geneticist Joshua Levin to test a handful of methods for sequencing RNA. The ...

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Single-cell sequencing made simple

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Nature – by Jeffrey M. Perkel – Data from thousands of single cells can be tricky to analyse, but software advances are making it easier. Single-cell biology is a hot topic these days. And at the cutting edge of the field ...

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