New Automated System Puts Active Genes in the Spotlight
By Sharon Kingman
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
LONDON – It is now possible to measure the activity of a multitude of genes in thousands of cells at once. The new method means that researchers will be able to rapidly detect differences in gene activity among the many cells of a tumor, for example, or among those of a tissue, whether healthy or diseased.
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