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Artificial intelligence identifies diseased single cells

A new study, published in Nature Biotechnology, has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm capable of identifying single diseased cells. […]

Top single cell isolation techniques

Typically, conventional cell-based research focusses on the average response from a population of cells, without taking into account individual cell […]

Every Cell Matters: New, Advanced Approaches in High-Throughput Single Cell Sequencing

The adoption of single cell analysis approaches is accelerating, leading to rapid progress in our understanding of complex biological systems. […]

Reimagine neuroscience with single cell and spatial multiomics

The nervous system is a complex system made up of a plethora of cell types. Neurological disorders represent a leading cause […]

Single Cell & Spatial Omics ONLINE – June Series

Since its advent, single cell analysis has provided unparalleled molecular insights into cellular heterogeneity. With the addition of spatial context and […]

Single Cell Sequencing: A New Dimension in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

A new multi-omics approach for single cell sequencing When: May 25th at 3pm BST/ 4pm CEST/ 10 am EDT Single […]

Fuelling the Century of Biology with Single Cell and Spatial Technologies

With developments in our ability to separate single cells from each other and the falling costs of sequencing, single cell […]

Single cell analysis provides insight into primary resistance

Using single cell analysis, researchers have revealed cell populations that can predict primary resistance to imatinib in chronic myeloid leukaemia. […]

Single cell and spatial technologies

Developments in our technical ability to separate single cells from each other are growing rapidly. Alongside this, sequencing costs are […]

Biology at High Resolution – Advances in Single Cell Analysis: A Review

After being voted Nature’s ‘Method of the Year’ in 2013 and 2019, it is not surprising that researchers are increasingly […]