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If “Overall” Underwhelms, Try RNA-Seq
To Conduct Cellular Censuses Sequence Deeply and Appreciate Transcriptomic Heterogeneity
- The contribution of individual cells to aggregate phenotypes is of increasing interest in biology, as is evident in the rise of technologies that can resolve cell-level details from the blur of population-level generalities. Among these technologies is RNA sequencing (RNA-seq), which can take snapshots of the transcriptome, capturing ...
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