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Dr Sarah Teichmann: Understanding Cellular Heterogeneity
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Host: Dr Nick Holmes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
From techniques such as microscopy and FACS analysis, we know that many cell populations harbour heterogeneity in morphology and protein expression. With the advent of high throughput single cell RNA -sequencing, we can now quantify transcriptomic cell-to-cell variation. I will discuss technical advances and biological insights into understanding cellular heterogeneity in T cells and ES cells using single cell RNA -sequencing.
This talk is part of the Immunology in Pathology series.
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