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May 28, 2020
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Tools and Workflows Optimized for Processing Single-Cell Data

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With the cost of sequencing a whole human genome dropping to $1,000, the size, complexity, and locations of datasets has expanded dramatically. This expansion has been particularly prominent in the field of single-cell genomics, where just one sample is often composed of thousands of whole transcriptomes.

This brief on-demand eCase study video outlines new tools to identify patterns in populations of individual cells and explains how adapting these new analysis methods to cloud computing environments addresses challenges in the size, complexity and location of the datasets.

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