New technique allows genome sequencing based on a single cell

12/26/2012 | The-Scientist.com · Nature

A technique described in the journal Science allows researchers to sequence as much as 93% of a genome based on a single cell. The technique, called multiple annealing and looping-based amplification cycles, could help scientists identify cell-specific variations in diseases such as cancer.

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