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A single-cell transcriptome study found increased numbers of cytotoxic CD4 T cells, which could be an adaptation to the later stages of aging.

The Chromium Connect, designed for pharma workflows and other high-volume customers, is one of several products coming out of 10x's R&D pipeline.

MGI hopes to ship the sequencer, one of several products it unveiled at the International Conference on Genomics, to early-access partners in early 2020.

10x will pay Becton Dickinson $25 million over four years and the firms have agreed to refrain from engaging in a legal battle on other fronts.

Two banks said they expect shares of 10x Genomics to outperform the market while JP Morgan gave them an Overweight rating and Bank of America a Buy rating.

10x CEO and Cofounder Serge Saxonov reflected on how the firm's IPO got so big and how he plans to make the single-cell analysis firm even bigger.

he lawsuit, filed on the eve of 10x's IPO, alleges that 10x's new Next GEM microfluidic chips infringe a patent exclusively licensed to Bio-Rad.

In response to BD's patent suit, 10x alleged BD's single-cell products infringe its own patents. 10x also asked the judge to dismiss BD's lawsuit.

In PNAS this week: transcriptomic and epigenomic sequence differences in glioblastoma models, approach to analyze small amounts of extracellular RNA, and more.

The single-cell sequencing firm originally said it was looking to raise $100 million in its initial public offering.

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Stephen Hahn, the nominee to lead the US Food and Drug Administration, underwent a Senate confirmation hearing yesterday, the Washington Post reports.

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved an RNA interference drug to treat acute hepatic porphyria.

Gizmodo looks over the past decade of consumer DNA testing to find the field to be lacking.

In Nature this week: native RNA sequencing and analysis of a human poly(A) transcriptome, nanopore sequencing-based method to analyze short tandem repeat expansions, and more.