Applications of Single-cell sequencing in stem cells, cancer, and skin research
Single-cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-seq) uses next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies to examine the sequence information contained within single cells. This advancement in technology enables us to examine the genome and transcriptome and provide other multi-omics information,
giving us a better understanding of the function ofan individual cell and uncovering mechanisms that could otherwise go unnoticed when examining
multiple cells at once. Single-cell sequencing can also reveal differences between populations of cells and study cellular evolutionary relationships.
This makes it a useful tool for studying cellular function as well as for examining the development of tissues and tumors.
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