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Comparative analyses of single-cell RNA sequencing protocols used in the Human Cell Atlas and similar projects reveal performance differences between methods, according to two studies appearing in this week's Nature Biotechnology. In the first report, a group led by scientists from the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology generated benchmark datasets that they used to compare 13 commonly used scRNA-seq and single-nucleus RNA-seq protocols.

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