Yue Qin, Trey Ideker, Gene Yeo publish MuSIC (Multi-Scale Integrated Cell) in Nature

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By combining microscopy, biochemistry techniques and artificial intelligence, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and collaborators have taken what they think may turn out to be a significant leap forward in the understanding of human cells. The technique, known as Multi-Scale Integrated Cell (MuSIC), has been published in Nature.

“The combination of these technologies is unique and powerful because it’s the first time measurements at vastly different scales have been brought together,” said study first author Yue Qin, a Bioinformatics and Systems Biology graduate student. The authors also include Bioinformatics and Systems Biology faculty Trey Ideker and Gene Yeo, and 25 other collaborators.

Article: Nature, PubMed, PDF

UCSD press release: We Might Not Know Half of What’s in Our Cells, New AI Technique Reveals

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