Single Cell Sequencing

BBI Co-Leads Creation of New Molecular Atlas for Scientists Studying Sleep, Mood, and Other Brain Disorders

March 01, 2023 | by BBI Communications

The paper’s authors “generated a 4.2 million cell (combined) transcriptomic and epigenomic atlas across the brain of the rhesus macaque, the most widely used nonhuman primate model organism for studies of human perception, cognition, aging, and neurological disease.

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Researchers Gain Insights on Developmental Defects by Mapping Stages of Fruit Fly Embryo Growth

August 09, 2022 | by The European Molecular Biology Laboratory

Scientists have constructed the most complete and detailed single-cell map of embryo development in any animal to date, using the fruit fly as a model organism.

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‘Roadmap’ tracks trajectories of embryo development

March 14, 2022 | by UW Medicine | Newsroom

BBI scientists and others have mapped out the key molecular changes that orchestrate how embryonic mouse cells differentiate into the diverse cell types that will ultimately form all the different tissues and organs of the adult animal.

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Researchers Map Human Cell Atlases During Development

January 15, 2021 | by BBI Communications

Researchers in Seattle have mapped gene expression and DNA accessibility within individual cells across 15 fetal tissues. The findings are presented in back-to-back publications in the November 13, 2020 issue of the journal Science.

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