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Singling out blood development

Analysis of gene expression in thousands of single cells generates a model of the blood regulatory network.

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Figure 1: A novel workflow to identify regulatory interactions between genes during a developmental time course based on single-cell analysis.

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Fast, E., Zon, L. Singling out blood development. Nat Biotechnol 33, 260–261 (2015).

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