Single-cell sequencing technologies important for immunology research are now plentiful, here we take a look at the latest methods updates, and what they have told us so far. As highlighted by Jane Ru Choi (University of British Columbia, VC, Canada) in our recent review, the single-cell technologies used in immunology still have room for improvement, for example in terms of sensitivity, throughput and quantification. “One of the ongoing challenges in immunology is to acquire more detailed data on single immune cells in order to provide better understanding of immune cell responses to human diseases,” she notes . In particular, single-cell...
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