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Paolillo C, Londin E, Fortina P.
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BACKGROUND: Single-cell genomics is an approach to investigate cell heterogeneity and to identify new molecular features correlated with clinical outcomes. This approach allows identification of the complexity of cell diversity in a sample without the loss of information that occurs when multicellular or bulk tissue samples are analyzed.CONTENT: The first single-cell RNA-sequencing study was published in 2009, and since then many more studies and single-cell sequencing methods have been published. These studies have had a major impact on several fields, including microbiology, neurobiology, cancer, and developmental biology. Recently, improvements in reliability and the development of commercial single-cell isolation platforms are opening the potential of this technology to the clinical laboratory.SUMMARY: In this review we provide an overview of the current state of single-cell genomics. We describe opportunities in clinical research and medical applications.© 2019 American Association for Clinical Chemistry.
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