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- Bernstein, Rachel
- Cell 2013 v.155 no.7 pp. 1443-1445
- Internet; online courses; students
- ... The rise of massive open online courses (MOOCs) is shaking up education. For science professors, the Internet offers new opportunities and technological tools to develop new materials, rethink curricula, and teach more effectively, benefiting students both on campus and on the web. ...
- Hou, Yu; Fan, Wei; Yan, Liying; Li, Rong; Lian, Ying; Huang, Jin; Li, Jinsen; Xu, Liya; Tang, Fuchou; Xie, X. Sunney; Qiao, Jie
- Cell 2013 v.155 no.7 pp. 1492-1506
- alleles; aneuploidy; annealing; cost effectiveness; crossover interference; eggs; embryo transfer; females; humans; in vitro fertilization; meiosis; oocytes; pronucleus; screening; single nucleotide polymorphism
- ... Single-cell genome analyses of human oocytes are important for meiosis research and preimplantation genomic screening. However, the nonuniformity of single-cell whole-genome amplification hindered its use. Here, we demonstrate genome analyses of single human oocytes using multiple annealing and looping-based amplification cycle (MALBAC)-based sequencing technology. By sequencing the triads of the ...