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Analysis and visualization of spatial transcriptomic data

@inproceedings{Liu2021AnalysisAV,
  title={Analysis and visualization of spatial transcriptomic data},
  author={Boxiang Liu and Yanjun Li},
  year={2021}
}
  • Boxiang Liu, Yanjun Li
  • Published 15 October 2021
  • Biology
Human and animal tissues consist of heterogeneous cell types that organize and interact in highly structured manners. Bulk and single-cell sequencing technologies remove cells from their original microenvironments, resulting in a loss of spatial information. Spatial transcriptomics is a recent technological innovation that measures transcriptomic information while preserving spatial information. Spatial transcriptomic data can be generated in several ways. RNA molecules are either measured by… 

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