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Single-cell in situ RNA profiling by sequential hybridization

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Figure 1: Sequential barcoding.


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This work is funded by US National Institutes of Health single-cell analysis program award R01HD075605.

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Lubeck, E., Coskun, A., Zhiyentayev, T. et al. Single-cell in situ RNA profiling by sequential hybridization. Nat Methods 11, 360–361 (2014).

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