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Single cell RNA sequencing provides insights into LAM and a potential link to COVID-19

Posted on May 28, 2021   |   

Single cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) is a technology that allows the analysis of transcriptome of individual cells; that is, to measure and analyze the messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules made by each cell in a tissue or in a biological process. Recent advances in this powerful technology provide us with exciting opportunities to study LAM at an unprecedented resolution, enabling the discovery of novel disease-related cells, predicting biomarkers and potential treatment targets, and providing new insights into the development of LAM.

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Topics: ScienceFriday Single Cell Analysis        Categories: Educational Resources
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Science Friday: LAM Patients Help Power New Research

Posted on August 09, 2019   |   
Author: A. Bloomer

At the 2016 RLDC and LAMposium held in Cincinnati, Ohio, twenty-two women with LAM participated in a study that has now been published in the most recent issue of Annals of The American Thoracic Society. The study entitled, "Cyst Ventilation Heterogeneity and Alveolar Airspace Dilation as Early Disease Markers in Lymphangioleiomyomatosis" was led by Laura Walkup, PhD. 

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Topics: Research ScienceFriday        Categories: Educational Resources