World Bipolar Day is observed on March 30th every year. This day is dedicated to raising awareness about bipolar disorder, affecting approximately 46 million people worldwide. Single cell sequencing enables researchers to study the molecular mechanisms underlying bipolar disorder at a deeper level.
Why ChatGPT becomes so popular in such a short period of time? What is the technique behind this phenomenal success? Would ChatGPT be used for single cell data science as well? Let’s get a bit closer and demystify it.
In 2020, tuberculosis was estimated to be the second leading cause of death from an infectious disease after COVID-19. Here, we bring you an overview of recent studies that used single cell sequencing in order to characterize the immune response to M. tuberculosis infection in various research systems.
World Kidney Day is a global campaign to raise awareness about the importance of your kidneys. Your kidneys are an amazing, underappreciated organ! These complicated bean-shaped organs, sit either side of your spine and perform vital tasks to keep us healthy.
Researchers found that T cells, which are a type of white blood cell, could be used to target and destroy cancer cells in the same way that they target and destroy viruses and other pathogens. T cells could be collected from a person and genetically modified to express chimeric antigen receptors (CARs).
Women have made substantial contributions to science throughout history, but their accomplishments have often been overlooked or underrepresented. To revendicate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, let´s point to some outstanding contributions of female researchers.
Single cell sequencing has the capability to transform plant research and can be applied to different fields of plant studies.
Donating blood has the potential to save lives. It can be a lifeline in emergency situations. scRNAseq has recently played a vital role in researching hematological diseases, such as leukemia, multiple myeloma, and lymphoma.
Understanding the underlying mechanisms triggering disease development and progression may allow us to identify new diagnostic biomarkers and to develop new treatment strategies. Here, we review recent studies addressing these important questions using single cell sequencing technologies.
Happy new year everyone! After the festive season full of delicious food and mulled wine in December, it’s time to slow down during Dry January!
As January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, we bring you here a selection of recent studies that examined cervical cancer at single cell resolution.
Here we show examples of noteworthy single-cell sequencing studies in less frequently used model organisms.
In 2022, Singleron passed the magic number of 100 publications using our technology. So, yes: we are definitely out there and will keep coming.
A new multi-omics approach to unravel disease mechanisms.
In the course of World AIDS Day, we would like to highlight some recent studies to show how single cell sequencing can be used to advance HIV research.
Get to know our novel multi-omics methods that combine transcriptomic data with additional information on diverse analytes to expand insights into the molecular mechanisms of cellular functions.
How single cell sequencing and growing a moustache can help prostate and testicular cancer research
Understanding how our brains work in health and disease is enormously challenging due to great variety and number of neuronal cells and the functional connections that they form with each other.
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