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A University of California, San Francisco- and Berkeley-led team presents a computational approach for inferring phylogenetic relationships from single-cell sequence data. The method, known as Cassiopeia, encompasses "a novel suite of three algorithms specifically aimed at reconstructing large phylogenies from lineage tracing experiments with special consideration for the Cas9-mutagenesis process and missing data," the researchers say.

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