Single Cell Analysis

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New video: Detecting copy number variations from single cells

Chromosomal alterations known as copy number variations (CNVs) are known to account for a number of observed phenotypic variations and susceptibility towards various diseases. Recent advances in genomic technologies have significantly improved our understanding of the changes occurring at the genetic level as a result of CNVs, especially in dreadful diseases such as cancer. Recently,… Read article →


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8 new resources on single cell analysis in SlideShare!

Single cell analysis is a rapidly evolving field and QIAGEN is keeping pace with the recent advances. In fact, we’ve just launched a new single cell isolation system that lets you isolate any single cell of your choice. Not only can you isolate your cell, you can also perform clonal expansion under sterile conditions. How does this… Read article →


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Top 9 FAQs in single cell analysis

In the last decade, single cell technologies have drastically transformed various research fields. Single cell technology is enabling many new insights into diverse research areas, from oncology, immunology and microbiology to neuroscience, stem cell and developmental biology. It was no surprise when single-cell sequencing was selected as the “Method of the Year in 2013” by… Read article →



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Revealing the etiology of an avian disease

Runting-stunting syndrome (RSS), also known as malabsorption syndrome, is an infectious poultry disease affecting the intestinal tract of broilers at a very young age. RSS leads to retarded growth, feathering abnormality, diarrhea and other enteric problems, resulting in significant economic losses in the poultry industry. A number of studies have implicated RNA and DNA viruses as… Read article →