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Which cell types can be used in Single-Cell RNA Seq?


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Short answer is that with any oligo-dT based single cell RNA-seq approach, any cell that has poly-adenylate transcripts and can be efficiently partitioned and lysed can be used for single cell RNA-Seq. Some new methods allow total RNA: and some commercial solutions do not rely on oligo-dT based reverse transcription priming, which opens up several other possible applications:

Answered on July 19th, 2020 by