Breakthrough technology identifies rare brain tumor cell “spies” disguised as normal cells

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Researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology developed a novel technology which allows genomic DNA and RNA sequencing to be carried out simultaneously in single cells of both frozen and fresh tissues, and identified rare brain tumor cell “spies” disguised as normal cells with this method.

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