Single-cell Sequencing Studies of Somatic Mutation in the Human Brain

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Single-cell Sequencing Studies of Somatic Mutation in the Human Brain

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Title: Single-cell Sequencing Studies of Somatic Mutation in the Human Brain
Author: Evrony, Gilad David
Citation: Evrony, Gilad David. 2013. Single-cell Sequencing Studies of Somatic Mutation in the Human Brain. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
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Abstract: A major unanswered question in neuroscience is whether there exists genomic variability between individual neurons of the brain, contributing to functional diversity or to an unexplained burden of neurologic disease. To address this question, we developed methods to amplify genomes of single neurons from human brains, achieving >80% genome coverage of single-cells and allowing study of a wide-range of somatic mutation types.
Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:11151539
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