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Reconstructing Tissue Architecture by Single Cell Genomics

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Genomics has undergone a resolution revolution, such that the nucleic acid content of individual cells are now sequenced routinely in high-throughput mode. Thus we can define the cellular composition of tissues in an unbiased and comprehensive way using single cell transcriptomics, revealing the molecular fingerprint of cell states and their predicted signalling circuits in tissues across development and disease. I will illustrate this with the human healthy and asthmatic lung, as well as the maternal-fetal interface in the first trimester placenta/decidua

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