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RNA-Seq and Socioeconomics

rna-seq

The correlation between low socioeconomic status (SES) and poor health outcome or higher risk of disease has been consistently reported by many epidemiological studies across various race/ancestry groups. However, the biological mechanisms...

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Linking temporally matched cpRNA-seq and scRNA-seq data identifies developmental trajectory and timing-related regulatory events

rna-seq

Single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) is a powerful method for dissecting intercellular heterogeneity during development. Conventional trajectory analysis provides only a pseudotime of development, and often discards cell-cycle events as confounding factors. Here using matched cell population RNA-seq (cpRNA-seq) as a ...

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