Studying the single cell characteristics of pancreatic cancer
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Pancreatic cancer is a dangerous malignancy in the pancreas. In this study we use single-cell RNA sequencing technique to help understand the transcriptome characteristics of pancreatic tumor cells. This study help understands the complex microenvironment of pancreatic tumors and will likely to benefit clinical research of pancreatic cancer treatments.
Study Datasets 2 datasets.
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Single-cell sequencing of human pancreatic cells on 10X 5' platform.
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The immune microenvironment of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is poorly characterized. Combining two single-cell RNA sequencing technologies, we produced transcriptomes of CD45+ immune cells for HCC patients from five immune-relevant sites: tumor, adjacent liver, hepatic lymph node (LN), blood, and ascites. This dataset is part of Smartseq2 data
|Illumina HiSeq 4000||17|
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