Stratifying tissue heterogeneity with scalable single-cell assays

Three methods dramatically improve the scale of single-cell genomic sequencing and structural assays, allowing for the hierarchical partitioning of cell populations within a tissue.

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Figure 1: Routes for scaling up single-cell assays.

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Zhang, K. Stratifying tissue heterogeneity with scalable single-cell assays. Nat Methods 14, 238–239 (2017).

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