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BIOC 281: Introduction to Single Cell Expression

Student lead: In the last decade single cell expression profiling has contributed to nearly every facet of biology, from uncovering new cell types to mapping stem cell lineages to molecularly dissecting disease. Single cell projects¿ scale and scope have grown as mRNA and cell capture have improved, and it is now possible to profile millions of cells across entire organisms. The data deluge has spurred development of hundreds of tools to analyze and extract as much information from these rich datasets, creating a dizzying landscape for biologists. This minicourse breaks down single cell expression analysis into phases, exploring important considerations and software for each and provides a hands-on environment to implement them.
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