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Single-Cell, "Multi-Omics" Analysis Uncovers a New Stage in Immune Cell Formation

Article   Nov 13, 2020

 
Single-Cell, "Multi-Omics" Analysis Uncovers a New Stage in Immune Cell Formation

Australian researchers have used powerful “single cell multi-omics” technologies to discover a previously unknown ancestor of T and B lymphocytes (pictured), which are critical components of our immune system. Credit: WEHI, Australia.

Karen Steward PhD

Science Writer

 
 
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