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Genomics one cell at a time

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Whole-genome DNA and RNA sequencing has traditionally been carried out on samples that are mixtures of hundreds or thousands of cells. New technologies have emerged over the past five years or so that allow us to sequence the content of individual cells in a massively parallel way.

Come along to this SciBar, with Dr Sarah Teichmann from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, to find out how this new technology called “single cell genomics” works and what it has allowed us to discover.

Note the change of venue for this SciBar. This SciBar will be at the YHA on Tenison Road.

This talk is part of the SciBar Cambridge series.

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