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How Low Can You Go?

The Scientist spoke with five researchers who are bring their studies down to the single-cell level. Joris Vermeesch at the Center for Human Genetics in Belgium is working on looking at the entire genomes of the eight cells that make up a blastomere to improve in vitro fertilization. UCSF's Jonathan Weissman is determining protein abundance in single cells — his team found that though housekeeping genes are stable, proteins vary.

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