Tag Archives: Single-cell RNA sequencing

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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RNA-Seq reveals the multilineage communication that regulates human liver bud development from pluripotency

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Conventional two-dimensional differentiation from pluripotency fails to recapitulate cell interactions occurring during organogenesis. Three-dimensional organoids generate complex organ-like tissues; however, it is unclear how heterotypic interactions affect lineage identity. Here researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology use ...

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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Staff Associate

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Summary Description The Judith Sulzberger Genome Center at the Columbia University Medical Center is seeking a Staff Associate. This position will be in our next generation sequencing core, with emphasis on single cell RNA sequencing. The lab is fast growing, ...

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