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March 04, 2020
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Watch scientists describe the power of in situ transcriptomics and discuss the application of this technology to large-scale tissue mapping in the mouse brain. They explain how RNAscope Multiplex Fluorescence assays complement single-cell RNA sequencing. 

Science Webinar Series: Harnessing in situ transcriptomics to reveal complex tissue architecture at single-cell resolution.
Presenter: Omer Bayraktar, Ph.D., Wellcome Sanger Institute, Hinxton, UK

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