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Single cell seminar: "Investigation of genome instability in human brain using parallel single cell genome and transcriptome sequencing" + "Exploring the effect of common SNPs on single cell expression and variability"

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Please come along the monthly campus Single Cell Seminar series. All are welcome, including colleagues from Cambridge (though email me so we can book you in as a visitor with security). This month we have two exciting talks, please join us C302 from 3.00 – 4.00pm on Friday 25th May (next week).

1) Raheleh Rahbari (Sanger): ”Investigation of genome instability in human brain using parallel single cell genome and transcriptome sequencing”

2) Anna Cuomo (EBI): ”Exploring the effect of common SNPs on single cell expression and variabilityā€¯

This talk is part of the Single Cell seminars at the Wellcome Genome Campus series.

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