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New Genomics Tool CITE-Seq Enables Large-Scale Multidimensional Analysis of Single Cells

A new technique developed by scientists at the New York Genome Center (NYGC) represents an important step forward for single-cell RNA sequencing, an advancing field of genomics that provides detailed insights into individual cells and makes it possible to distinguish between different cell types and to study disease mechanisms at the level of individual cells. […]

Dozens of New Genes That Create T Cell-Resistant Cancer Discovered With Innovative ‘Two-Cell Type’ CRISPR Screen

Large-Scale Gene Editing Study Provides New Insights Into Why Immunotherapy Fails in Majority of Cancer Patients To better understand why some cancers are resistant to immunotherapy, researchers at the New York Genome Center, New York University, the Broad Institute and the National Cancer Institute collaborated on a large-scale CRISPR cancer study published today in Nature. […]