Using single-cell sequencing to reveal processes involved in ovarian and breast cancers

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A team of researchers from Weill Cornell Medicine, the British Columbia Cancer Research Centre and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, working with a group from the IMAXT Consortium, has used single-cell sequencing to reveal breast and ovarian cancer-related mutational processes.

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