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Unravel the Complexity of Cancer with Single-Cell Multi-Omics

Cancer is a complex disease with a mix of cells in varied states and understanding of the disease state at the cellular level is required for better therapies. A single-cell multi-omics approach is the only way to achieve full resolution, revealing the complex interplay between genotype and phenotype.

Single-cell DNA Analysis in Cancer Research and the Potential of Dynamic Therapy

Dr. Catherine Smith is a physician-scientist and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at UCSF. Her lab in the Division of Hematology/Oncology is focused on a subtype of AML (acute myeloid leukemia) characterized by mutations in FLT3, a gene that is...

A novel platform for single-cell detection of multiple CRISPR-edited gene modifications

EVENTS |VIRTUAL | Zoom meeting | August 19, 2020 | Have you ever wondered what were the exact indels that were made to the DNA after genome editing experiments? Have you wondered what percentage of the cells had certain edits? Have you ever wondered whether the edits...

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