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Single-cell RNA Seq Method Accurately Quantifies Cell-specific Drug Effects

News   May 12, 2020 | Original story from the Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences

 
Single-cell RNA Seq Method Accurately Quantifies Cell-specific Drug Effects

Workflow of identification and removal of contaminating reads in single cell sequencing and the islet cell type-specific drug responses of the decontaminated profiles. Credit: Brenda Marquina-Sánchez and Nikolaus Fortelny / CeMM

 
 
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