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Receptors for SARS-CoV-2 Present in Wide Variety of Human Cells
Chris Baraniuk | Apr 29, 2020
Analyses from single-cell sequencing datasets support the idea that COVID-19 is not just a respiratory disease but an illness that can affect multiple organs.
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The Advances that Will Shape Life Sciences in the 2020s
Emma Yasinski | Jan 3, 2020
Systems biologist Steven Wiley says advancements in two areas—single-cell biology and CRISPR—are poised to transform research.  
Muscle immobilization leads to atrophy
Antioxidants Put the Pep Back in One’s Step
Niki Spahich, PhD
Delivering antioxidants via extracellular vesicles to atrophied muscles restores them during rehabilitation.
Worm Embryogenesis: Cell by Cell and Gene by Gene
Kerry Grens | Dec 1, 2019
A single-cell map of C. elegans’s transcriptome during development finds cell lineages that start out genetically different and end up as cells of similar function and genetic profile.
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Image of the Day: Expressive Hydra
Nicoletta Lanese | Jul 26, 2019
Researchers track which genes are active in the polyp during successive cell states.
Optimizing Reproducibility in Flow Cytometry
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
Explore real solutions for single cell research.
Neural Cell Types Tied to Autism Identified in Single-Cell Study
Ruth Williams | May 16, 2019
An RNA analysis of human brain cells reveals gene expression changes in cortical neurons and microglia linked to autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Hindsight
Bob Grant | Dec 1, 2018
Looking back at a year filled with discoveries and challenges.
Discover Strategies for Simultaneous Protein and RNA Single Cell Analysis
Get the Most Out of Single Cells with Multiomic Cytometry
The Scientist Creative Services Team and 10x Genomics
Researchers optimize technologies to simultaneously obtain proteomic and transcriptomic data from single cells.
2018 Top 10 Innovations
The Scientist Staff | Dec 1, 2018
Biology happens on many levels, from ecosystems to electron transport chains. These tools may help spur discoveries at all of life's scales.
Revealed: New Cortical Neuron Types
Ashley P. Taylor | Oct 31, 2018
A pair of mouse studies describes neuronal subpopulations not identified before and some of their functions.
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Capturing Heterogeneity: How Single Cell Analysis Reshapes Health and Disease Research
The Scientist Creative Services Team
Timothy O’Sullivan and Jacob Blum will discuss how they use single cell data to understand complex biological systems.
Image of the Day: Transgenic Axolotl
Kerry Grens | Oct 3, 2018
Lineage tracing reveals how cells help the salamanders regrow chopped-off limbs.
Integrating Multiple -Omics in Individual Cells
Sandeep Ravindran | Oct 1, 2018
New techniques combine DNA, RNA, and protein information from single cells.
LabTalk Podcast - Predicting the Immune Response with Single-Cell Analysis: Autoimmunity, Vaccination, and COVID-19
The Scientist Creative Services Team and 10x Genomics
Researchers identify signatures that predict how a person will respond to an immune system stimulus.
New Lung Cell Identified
Abby Olena | Aug 1, 2018
The cell type was discovered via single-cell RNA sequencing of thousands of cells in mouse and human airways and may play a role in cystic fibrosis.
Monitoring Mutations with Microfluidics
Ruth Williams | Mar 15, 2018
A device dubbed the “mother machine” enables real-time observation of mutagenesis in single bacterial cells.  
The Scientist's LabTalk Podcast - Episode 2
The Scientist Creative Services Team
Surviving Stress: The mysteries of neuronal survival and neurodegeneration
Thousands of Mutations Accumulate in the Human Brain Over a Lifetime
Ruth Williams | Dec 7, 2017
Single-cell genome analyses reveal the amount of mutations a human brain cell will collect from its fetal beginnings until death.