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In this week's Science, the journal announces the combination of technologies that enable the single-cell-based tracking of biological development as its 2018 Breakthrough of the Year winner. The winning technologies enable the isolation of thousands of intact cells from living organisms, the efficient sequencing of expressed genetic material in each cell, and the labeling of cells to reconstruct their relationships in space and time.

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