All the Heterogeneity

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In recent years, researchers have come to the realization that there may be more value to be gained from studying gene expression in single cells than in cell populations.

This is particularly true when studying gene expression in excised cancerous tissue samples, which often comprise a sea of wild-type cells riddled with a relatively small number of cells harboring mutations associated with cancer or resistance to anti-cancer drugs.

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