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Tag: single-cell sequencing

October 2020
Gut neurons and glia (red, green) are fragile and interwoven with other cells (blue) in the colon, making them tricky to isolate.
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Cell maps reveal diversity of neurons in gut

by  /  21 October 2020

An atlas that details gene expression in neurons and other cells from the intestines of mice and people may help to elucidate the link between gut problems and autism.

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October 2019
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In-cell sequencing reveals genome’s natural geometry

by  /  23 October 2019

Researchers have developed a method for sequencing the genome of an intact single cell, revealing its spatial arrangement within the nucleus.

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Strand of DNA with one base letter highlighted.
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DNA technique documents key events in cell history

by  /  18 October 2019

A new method uses mutations in DNA to maintain a detailed record of series of cellular events.

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May 2019
Individual cells from the brains of autistic people show distinct gene-expression patterns, and are shown in different colors.
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Analysis of single cells implicates set of neurons in autism

by  /  22 May 2019

A set of neurons involved in complex cognitive functions may play a central role in autism.

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