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Single Cell Nucleic Acid Techniques
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The great push in the 2010’s of biology has been the development of a cellular atlas that aims to create a detailed gene expression map of a single cell in every tissue and determine the molecular events that lead to their development or deregulation in disease.
The speakers will discuss Drop-Seq, a method for shallow sequencing of thousands of single cells as well as recent updates to single-cell bisulfite technology which allows simultaneous profiling of DNA methylation, chromatin accessibility and gene expression.
This talk is part of the "Postdoc Masterclass" for All Life Scientists series.
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