NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) –  BioTuring has released a browser that it says will make analyzing and visualizing publicly available single-cell RNA sequencing data as well as bulk RNA sequencing data as easy as surfing webpages.

Currently, the platform, called BioTurning Browser, offers access to information from nearly 400 publications, including single-cell data and bulk RNA-seq data from nearly 16,500 samples, the company said. BioTuring plans to continue expanding the breadth of the platform to include all publicly available single-cell RNA sequencing datasets.

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