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long-read single-cell Sequencing

Long-read single-cell transcriptomics (scRNA-Seq) is revolutionizing the way we profile heterogeneity in disease. Traditional short-read scRNA-Seq methods are limited in their ability to provide complete transcript coverage, resolve isoforms, and identify novel transcripts. The scRNA-Seq protocols developed for long-read sequencing ...

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The New World of Isoform Sequencing


from Genetic Engineering News by Jonas Korlach Long-Read Sequencing Can Offer the Most Comprehensive View Yet of Gene Activity Not too long ago, the life sciences community was still debating whether sequencers would ever overtake microarrays as the preferred means ...

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