The software compares gene expression in cells derived from organoids with a reference atlas of the developing mouse brain.
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The technique enables researchers to sequence the DNA of an intact cell, providing a unique view of the genome’s organization inside the nucleus.
A new atlas profiles gene activity early on during development in the human fetal brain.
Some neurons activate autism-linked genes when they fire, according to a new study.
A pair of new atlases that profile millions of cells across 15 organs offer an unparalleled look at gene activity during fetal development.
Researchers have developed a method for sequencing the genome of an intact single cell, revealing its spatial arrangement within the nucleus.
A new method uses mutations in DNA to maintain a detailed record of series of cellular events.
A set of neurons involved in complex cognitive functions may play a central role in autism.