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Malignant cells in glioblastoma largely fall into four main cellular states, according to a new study appearing in Cell. A Harvard Medical School-led team conducted single-cell RNA-sequencing of 20 adult and eight pediatric glioblastoma cases for a total 24,131 cells, single-cell RNA-sequencing and lineage tracing of glioblastoma models, and bulk analysis of 401 samples from The Cancer Genome Atlas to pull together an integrative model of glioblastoma.

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