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Scientists discover previously unknown subtypes of liver cells in health and disease

09:19 EDT 10 Jul 2019 | Science Daily

The cellular composition of the liver is incompletely understood. Researchers have created a comprehensive map of all cell types in the healthy human liver using a method named single-cell RNA sequencing. They discovered new subpopulations of liver cell types and demonstrated the usefulness of their human liver cell atlas as a resource to reveal how cells change in liver cancer.

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