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Experimental designs are growing alongside the increased throughput requirements of single-cell RNA-Seq assays. Replicates, disease states, and time-course designs dramatically increase the number of samples and the burden of information gleaned from a single experiment. Alongside these considerations is a substantial increase in the implications of the results. Our speakers discuss the ramifications of higher-order studies on needs for data quality, throughput attenuation, and sample longevity.
This session was hosted by the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) as part of the Professional Development and Industry Technology Forum, part of the 2021 ASHG Virtual Meeting.
In our most recent blog post, we sat down with Dr. Pezzulo to discuss his research on chronic airway type 2 inflammation in the lungs and its effect on patients’ response to COVID-19.