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Single-Cell Analysis of Gastric Cancer Provides New Disease Insights

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer  The tumour heterogeneity of gastric cancer, and its metastasis to different organs, makes effective […]

Single-cell analysis reveals lung cancer therapy transcriptional changes

A study reported in Cell has shown through single-cell analysis that targeted lung cancer therapies result in transcriptional changes that […]

Single-cell RNA sequencing: How to optimize the workflow from tissue through analysis – Webinar

Today, researchers can analyze 10 000+ cells from one tissue sample or patient to understand individual cell populations and their […]

The strengths of single-cell and spatial omics in drug discovery

Please note the transcript has been edited for brevity and clarity. FLG: Hello, everyone, and welcome to our interview with […]

New single-cell genomics study highlights the need for better liquid biopsy biomarkers

Written by Miyako Rogers, Science Writer New research has shown that existing methods of circulating tumour cell (CTC) analysis exclude […]

Single-cell RNA sequencing suggests new treatment options for diabetic kidney disease

A new study using a 1-million-cell atlas shows heterogeneity in kidney cell responses to diabetic kidney disease and treatments. Published […]

5 recommendations for improving rigour and reproducibility in single-cell genomics

An opinion article by Professor Gregory Gibson, Georgia Institute of Technology and director of the Center for Integrative Genomics, offers […]

Advances in Single Cell & Spatial Analysis – 2nd Edition

Rapid advances in the single cell and spatial space have enabled greater insights into cellular heterogeneity and tissue architecture at […]

Combining single-cell and metagenomics to characterise the microbiome

Metagenomic analysis has greatly advanced our understanding of the human microbiome. However, metagenome-assembled genomes are often imprecise and are unable […]