Sequencing DNA from Individual Cells Yields Dramatic New Information

November 1, 2012 at 5:03 pm Leave a comment

Most DNA extraction and sequencing comes from a pool of cells (think culture dish scraped down), but sequencing from a single cell…that’s great!

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single-cell-genomics

Nicolas Navin wanted to work out the sequence from individual cancer cells to see how they had mutated and diverged as the cancer grew. Back in 2010, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York and exploring the genetic changes that occur during breast cancer.

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