Data published in Nature Methods demonstrate breakthrough ability to accurately detect somatic single nucleotide variations in single cells

Before scientists can analyze the genome of a single cell, they must first obtain sufficient amounts of its DNA by whole genome amplification (WGA). But WGA typically produce errors that falsely indicate the presence of mutations and obscure the detection of any real somatic mutations. SingulOmics Corporation announced a Nature Methods publication demonstrating the game changing technology that enables accurate detection of somatic single nucleotide variations in single cells not possible in any prior methods. …read more

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