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Deconstructing Retinal Organoids: Single Cell RNA-Seq Reveals the Cellular Components of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Retina

Stem Cells

May 12, 2019

Joseph F CollinMajlinda Lako

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The rapid improvements in single cell sequencing technologies and analyses afford greater scope for dissecting organoid cultures composed of multiple cell types and create an opportunity to interrogate these models to understand tissue biology, cellular behavior and interactions. To thi...read more

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Deconstructing Retinal Organoids: Single Cell RNA-Seq Reveals the Cellular Components of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Retina

Stem Cells

May 12, 2019

Joseph F CollinMajlinda Lako

PMID: 30548510

DOI: 10.1002/stem.2963

Abstract

The rapid improvements in single cell sequencing technologies and analyses afford greater scope for dissecting organoid cultures composed of multiple cell types and create an opportunity to interrogate these models to understand tissue biology, cellular behavior and interactions. To thi...read more

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Birth
Cell Differentiation Process
Statistical Cluster
Extracellular Matrix
Gene Clusters
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3
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