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Utilizing single-cell molecular biology to interrogate hematopoietic dysregulation

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Leukemia is a cancer characterized by abnormal hematopoiesis, or the development of blood. Cells accumulate mutations which lead to a complex hierarchy of cellular populations giving rise to a tumor. Each leukemia is distinct in the mutations it harbors, and the subsequent molecular consequences. Our work utilizes single-cell approaches such as raman spectromicroscopy and mass cytometry to better understand the mechanisms of leukemia formation, and informs future directions towards finding targeted therapies for hard-to-cure cancers.

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