Error-correction strategy allows precise measurement of transcriptome in single cells

Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) scientists have devised a method of visualizing RNA molecules inside cells so that the identity, location, and abundance of more than 1,000 different RNA species can be determined at the same time. The developers of the new technology say it should be possible to scale up the approach so that tens of thousands of RNA species can be imaged and identified in a single cell.

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