Scientists can now scoop contents of individual cells from their local environment

IMAGE: A microfluidic chip with individual droplets shown in different colors. Each droplet contains material from single cells and delivers it for single cell omics analyses. view more  Credit: Wheeler lab Scientists can now select individual cells from a population that grows on the surface of a laboratory dish and study their molecular contents. Developed by […]

Scientists can now scoop contents of individual cells from their local environment

A microfluidic chip with individual droplets shown in different colors. Each droplet contains material from single cells and delivers it for single cell omics analyses. Credit: Wheeler lab Scientists can now select individual cells from a population that grows on the surface of a laboratory dish and study their molecular contents. Developed by University of […]