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Rapidly advancing whole-genomic and transcriptomic technologies enable the amplification of small amounts of DNA and RNA extracted from single cells, providing us with unprecedented insight into the heterogeneity that exists normally within tissues and during development, as well as in diseases such as cancer.
In this Editor’s Picks, PLOS ONE Senior Editor Nicola Stead selects recent PLOS publications highlighting recent advances in single-cell technologies and the biological insight provided by single cell genomics. PLOS welcomes submissions in these fields.
September 22, 2016Julian Riba, Nathalie Renz, Christoph Niemöller, Sabine Bleul, Dietmar Pfeifer, Juliane M. Stosch, Klaus H. Metzeler, Björn Hackanson, Michael Lübbert, Justus Duyster, Peter Koltay, Roland Zengerle, Rainer Claus, Stefan Zimmermann, Heiko Becker
July 10, 2014Andrew E. O. Hughes, Vincent Magrini, Ryan Demeter, Christopher A. Miller, Robert Fulton, Lucinda L. Fulton, William C. Eades, Kevin Elliott, Sharon Heath, Peter Westervelt, Li Ding, Donald F. Conrad, Brian S. White, Jin Shao, Daniel C. Link, John F. DiPersio, Elaine R. Mardis, Richard K. Wilson, Timothy J. Ley, Matthew J. Walter, Timothy A. Graubert