Tracking Development Cell by Cell: Science’s Breakthrough of 2018

Research | March 07, 2019

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Learn about single-cell analyses of gene activity through time, Science’s Breakthrough of the Year.

Each year, Science’s reporters and editors look forward to the Breakthrough of the Year, their choice of the most significant scientific discovery, development, or trend in the year.

Science has chosen single-cell analyses of gene activity through time as its 2018 Breakthrough of the Year, honoring a trifecta of methods that together are enabling researchers to determine, at the individual cell level, which genes are turned on and off as an early embryo develops. Read the full article.

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