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A novel approach for combinatorial single-cell CRISPR screens is described in this week's Nature Biotechnology by University of California, San Francisco, and Princeton University researchers. The method, called direct-capture Perturb-seq, involves sequencing expressed single-guide RNAs alongside single-cell transcriptomes.

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