Single-cell imaging is an ensemble of microscopy techniques that enable the collection of separate data from individual cells, as opposed to values averaged over populations of cells. Single-cell imaging most often relies on fluorescent molecules and reveals that populations of genetically identical cells often present heterogeneous phenotypes.
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