Fluidic Logic Used in a Systems Approach to Enable Integrated Single-Cell Functional Analysis

@inproceedings{Ramalingam2016FluidicLU,
  title={Fluidic Logic Used in a Systems Approach to Enable Integrated Single-Cell Functional Analysis},
  author={Naveen Ramalingam and Brian C Fowler and Lukasz Szpankowski and Anne A. Leyrat and Kyle W. Hukari and Myo Thu Maung and Wiganda Yorza and Michael A. Norris and Chris Cesar and Joe Shuga and Michael L. Gonzales and Chad Sanada and Xiaohui Wang and Rudy Yeung and Win Hwang and Justin Axsom and Naga Gopi Devaraju and Ninez Delos Angeles and Cassandra Greene and Ming-Fang Zhou and Eng-Seng Ong and Chang-Chee Poh and Marcos Lam and Henry W. Choi and Zaw Myint Htoo and Leo Seo Hee Lee and Chee-Sing Chin and Zhong-wei Shen and Chong T. Lu and Ilona Holcomb and Aik Chong. Ooi and Craig B. Stolarczyk and Tony Shuga and Kenneth J. Livak and Cate Larsen and M. A. Kerstin Unger and Jay A. A. West},
  year={2016}
}
The study of single cells has evolved over the past several years to include expression and genomic analysis of an increasing number of single cells. Several studies have demonstrated wide-spread variation and heterogeneity within cell populations of similar phenotype. While the characterization of these populations will likely set the foundation for our understanding of genomic- and expression-based diversity, it will not be able to link the functional differences of a single cell to its… CONTINUE READING

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