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Angermueller et al., Nature Methods 2016: Parallel single-cell profiling. Image: Spencer Phillips, EMBL-EBI

Parallel single-cell profiling

New method makes it possible to study the direct relationship between DNA methylation and gene expression in the same cells.

Periodic Table of Protein Complexes | EMBL-EBI

Periodic table of protein complexes

'Periodic Table of Protein Complexes' makes it easier to visualise, understand and predict how proteins combine to drive biological processes.

The CTTV launches its new Target Validation Platform

Target Validation Platform launches

A web interface to help researchers find therapeutic targets for new and repurposed medicines has been launched by the Centre for Therapeutic Target Validation.

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