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Data analysis made easy. For biologists, especially.
Immunoglobulin genes up-regulated in lung adenocarcinoma infiltrating T cells: A report from BioTuring lung cancer single cell database
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Highlights: In every biology textbook, expression of the B cell receptor (BCR) defines B cells, and the T cell receptor (TCR) defines T cells. However, in 2019, Ahmed et al. discovered a strange cell population in Type I Diabetes that coexpresses the BCR and TCR, and key lineage markers of […]

BioVinci: high-dimensional data visualization made easy for biologists
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“How to extract the biology behind this huge matrix of thousands of rows and columns?”  Large numbers of data points hold valuable biological stories yet are tricky to graph and analyze. Imagine you had the data for 1000 features and observations, your mind would be full of questions, wondering how […]

Single-cell analysis of CD8+ T cells in immune checkpoint blockade: some reproducible insights from BioTuring Database
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Cancer treatment, as challenging as it sounds, has been revolutionized by recent advances in immune checkpoint blockade (ICB) therapies, which use monoclonal antibodies (mAb) to block the suppressive immune checkpoints, helping the patient’s immune system to kill cancer cells. However, despite several clinical case studies of success, some patients still […]

Interactive CITE-Seq data analysis with BioTuring Browser
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Nominated as Method of the year by Nature in 2019, single-cell multimodal omics has enabled scientists to uncover many facets of the cells by simultaneously measuring multiple modalities in one single-cell experiment. One candidate for multimodal analysis is CITE-Seq, a technique that layers cell surface protein information on top of […]

BioTuring Cell Search: a new tool to search for similar populations in public single-cell data sets
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A machine learning model for cell type classification? When analyzing single-cell transcriptomic data, scientists often perform cell type annotations by checking individual marker genes. However, marker genes are not even consistent among different literature sources. Six months ago, armed with the largest curated single-cell transcriptomic data, BioTuring single-cell team naively […]

How to explore “Characterizing smoking-induced transcriptional heterogeneity in the human bronchial epithelium at single-cell resolution” (Duclos et. al 2019) | BioTuring Cellpedia
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Multiple studies have shown smoking’s effects on the human bronchi. However, few have characterized its precise impact at cellular resolution. Published recently on Science Advances, a study by Duclos and colleagues has employed single-cell RNA sequencing into exploring the cellular changes in the human bronchial epithelium between current and never […]

Exploring “Dysfunctional CD8 T Cells Form a Proliferative, Dynamically Regulated Compartment within Human Melanoma” (Li et al., 2018) | BioTuring Cellpedia
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Welcome to our new BioTuring Cellpedia series! We are excited to introduce a new blog series that provides you with an overview of some interesting datasets indexed in BioTuring Browser public repository, a platform for instant access and reanalysis of published single-cell RNA-seq data. Details on their experimental designs and […]