Single-Cell Sequencing Interest Group (SSIG)

SSIG meeting 2/22/2024

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Single cell sequencing approaches have revolutionized the ability to define gene transcription (scRNA-seq), cell surface proteins (scAb-seq), and “chromatin state” (scATAC-seq) from individual immune cells. The UCSF Single Cell Sequencing Interest Group, co-founded by Drs. Sulggi Lee and Nadia Roan, is an effort to bring together researchers across campus from various disciplines to share novel single cell strategies for the application to clinical translational research.