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Using single-cell mRNA sequencing, a team led by scientists from Zhejiang University have built a comprehensive map of the human cell landscape. As reported in Nature, the researchers generated single-cell transcriptomic data for 60 human tissue types, including both adult and fetal tissue, enabling a comparative analysis of gene expression between cell types during development. They also compared their results to similar datasets from mouse organs to uncover conserved genetic networks.

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