Researchers from the US and Korea consider within-tumor heterogeneity uncovered with transcriptional and genetic clues. The team used a combination of single-cell RNA sequencing and a computational method known as HoneyBADGER to quantify copy number variants and loss-of-heterozygosity in individual tumor cells from progressing cancers.

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