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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 […]

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 […]

Choose the right single-cell multi-omics protocol

Single-cell analysis enables deeper characterization of cell populations compared to bulk sequencing, with new experimental methods continuously being developed and […]

scCOLOUR-seq: The new method that corrects errors in single-cell sequencing

Researchers have developed a new approach, called single-cell corrected long-read sequencing (scCOLOUR-seq), that is able to amend errors in long-read […]