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First draft cell atlas of the small intestine

08:18 EST 8 Nov 2017 | Science Daily

Researchers have produced a first-draft atlas of the mammalian small intestine's cellular composition. This atlas provides a high-resolution, gene expression-based census of the cells constituting the lining of the small intestine, using more than 53,000 individual cells from the mouse gut or gut-organoid models

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