7 edition of Single Cell Diagnostics found in the catalog.
June 15, 2007
by Humana Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||182|
Luncheon Presentation: NGS Barcoding Technologies, CRISPR and Expression Profiling for Single Cell Genetic Analysis. Alex Chenchik, President and CSO, Cellecta. Clonal barcodes, or UMIs, can be combined with Perturb-Seq and single cell analysis techniques to generate important insights. Single-cell-imaging labs are found in physics, chemistry and cell-biology departments at universities. Others are affiliated with medical schools, at which imaging experts aid in disease research.
Single-cell diagnostics for breast cancer Date: Octo Source: Cell Press Summary: Women diagnosed with breast cancer may benefit from having the molecular subtype of different cells. Single Cell Diagnostics: A unicellular organism is an organism that consists of only one cell and has a distinctive symptom or characteristic.
For Research se Onl. Not for use in diagnostic procedures. Single-cell Research Reviews Baslan T and Hicks J. Unravelling biology and shifting paradigms in cancer with single-cell sequencing. Nat Rev Cancer. ; Benitez JA, Cheng S and Deng Q. Revealing allele-specific gene expression by single-cell transcriptomics. Emerging applications of single-cell diagnostics. Shirai M(1), Taniguchi T, Kambara H. Author information: (1)Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd., , Higachi-koigakubo, Kokubunji-shi, Tokyo, Japan. The performance of DNA sequencers (next generation sequencing) is rapidly enhanced these days, being used for genetic by: 5.
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For researchers this book provides not only detailed state of the art protocols for single cell diagnostics, but also valuable notes on troubleshooting and : Hardcover.
"Single cell diagnostics has become an increasingly important field for both clinicians and researchers who are involved in infertility treatment. For researchers this book provides not only detailed state of the art protocols for single cell diagnostics, but also valuable notes on troubleshooting and : $ The aim of Single Cell Diagnostics: Methods and Protocols is for all readers to extend their knowledge and expertise in analysis of single cells.
The book starts with laser assisted cell collection, non-invasive assessment of single cells and moves through the techniques of standard fluorescence in. Single Cell Diagnostics | This book applies modern molecular diagnostic techniques to the analysis of single cells, small numbers of cells, or cell extracts.
Emphasis is placed on non-invasive analysis of single cell metabolites and the direct analysis of RNA and DNA from single cells, with a focus on polymerase chain reaction and fluorescence in situ hybridization. The aim of Single Cell Diagnostics: Methods and Protocols is for all readers to extend their knowledge and expertise in analysis of single cells.
The book starts with laser Single Cell Diagnostics book cell collection, non-invasive assessment of single cells and moves through the techniques of standard fluorescence in situ hybridization and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) As the reader moves through the book, the scope. This book applies modern molecular diagnostic techniques to the analysis of single cells, small numbers of cells, or cell extracts.
Emphasis is placed on non-invasive analysis of single cell metabolites and the direct analysis of RNA and DNA from single cells, with a focus on polymerase chain reaction and fluorescence in situ hybridization. Single-cell multiomics profiling has the potential to provide more data from a single-cell and a better characterization of the cells analyzed.
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Single-cell omics can provide valuable information about functional mutation and copy number variations of cells. Single cell analysis is a rapidly evolving field with applications in cancer, PGD, immune response, and others. This method is enabling researchers to more deeply. Single cell diagnostics is a fast moving area even though the field has focused primarily on the analy- sis of embryonic blastomeres for the preimplantation diagnosis of single gene and chromosomal disordersÑa relatively tiny area of diagnostics in terms of.
Journal of Single Cell Biology (ISSN: ) focuses on new technologies and their applications in medical and biological analyses at single-cell resolution and often at a genome-wide scale enabling a new understanding of complex biological phenomena.
Single-cell biology is a new field combining multiple disciplines. Particularly of interest, is in cases which relapse following CAR-T therapy with cells that no longer express the target antigen or cases that relapse with a different lineage.
We are also interested in applying high-parameter, single-cell technologies to identify new targets that may be amenable to CAR-T cells or other immunotherapies. Single-cell transcriptomics has transformed our ability to characterize cell states, but deep biological understanding requires more than a taxonomic listing of clusters.
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Single-cell imagers These usually scan single cells or populations of cells to identify specific cell types or, with fluorescent or colorimetric probes, the presence of specific proteins or cell features.
They are valuable for phenotype identification but are usually very slow and some can be quite expensive. Single-cell Author: Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne.
As the technologies for analyzing bio-molecular components in single cells are being developed, single cell analysis seems promising to address the current limitations due to averaging problems.
Although the technologies for single cell analysis are still at the infant stage, the single cell approach has the potential to improve the accuracy of Cited by: 5.Single cell sequencing examines the sequence information from individual cells with optimized next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies, providing a higher resolution of cellular differences and a better understanding of the function of an individual cell in the context of its microenvironment.
For example, in cancer, sequencing the DNA of individual cells can give information about.