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Using a novel single-cell RNA sequencing approach, a team from the Oncode Institute has uncovered new details about the rates of messenger RNA synthesis and degradation in mammalian cells. As reported in Science this week, the researchers developed a method — called single-cell EU-labeled RNA sequencing — that simultaneously quantifies metabolically labeled and preexisting unlabeled transcripts in thousands of individual cells.

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