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Researchers from the University of British Columbia, BC Cancer Research Centre, and elsewhere share findings from a single-cell sequencing-based analysis of clones in several tissue types. The team brought together scalable single-cell whole genome sequencing profiles and high-resolution microscopy image data with DLP+, a high-throughput method relies on "direct DNA transposition single-cell library preparation" (DLP) approaches tailored to commercially available array and fluidic tools.

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