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Single-Cell Analysis – News and Features

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Cells Regulating Blood Stem Cell Maintenance Are More Diverse Than Expected

State-of-the-art bioinformatics has enabled an international research team to uncover the complexity and high degree of conservation of the bone marrow microenvironment that regulates blood stem cells.
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Hormone From Fat Cells Restrains Tumor Growth in Mice

According to a murine study, a hormone secreted by fat cells can restrain the growth of liver tumors.
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New Atlas Maps the Continuum of Embryo Development in Fruit Flies

Using fruit flies, scientists have constructed the most complete and detailed single-cell map of embryo development in any animal to date.
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Cell-Level Map Builds an Atlas of Alzheimer's Brain Changes

Researchers have just publicly released some of the first data showing the specific types of neurons and other brain cells that die off or otherwise change in Alzheimer’s disease, using cutting-edge techniques to categorize individual cells based on what their genes do.
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New Method To Isolate Single Cells Developed

The new process, which is more effective and efficient than conventional methods, has the potential to significantly impact cancer diagnostics as well as other fields of research.
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Subtypes of Auditory Neurons Emerge Prior to Birth in Mice

According to research, different subtypes of auditory neurons emerge prior to birth in mice.
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Gene Profiling Technology Reveals Melanoma Biomarkers

Researchers hope that new RNA profiling technology used to identify biomarkers of melanoma development will soon help to diagnose and treat melanoma more successfully.
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Single-Cell Framework Could Enhance CAR T–Cell Therapy

Scientists at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have developed a method that may be able to improve CAR T-cell therapies by identifying the early cells that become effective at killing cancer.
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How To Find Marker Genes in Cell Clusters

A new statistical method called Association Plot facilitates the determination and analysis of marker genes.
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ALS May Be Linked to Both the Immune and Nervous Systems

A team at Mount Sinai has reported that amyotrophic lateral sclerosis may be caused by both nervous and immune system dysfunctions.
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