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Single-cell RNA-seq analysis software providers scramble to offer solutions

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A raft of tools have sprung up to help biologists work through the single-cell transcriptomic bottleneck, but integration remains elusive.

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Eisenstein, M. Single-cell RNA-seq analysis software providers scramble to offer solutions. Nat Biotechnol 38, 254–257 (2020).

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