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Fig. 2 | Genome Biology

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From: Single-cell epigenomics: powerful new methods for understanding gene regulation and cell identity

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Future applications of single-cell epigenomics. The full potential of emerging single-cell epigenomic techniques will be realized through integration with transcriptome and genome sequencing. Single-cell multi-omics will be applied to biological questions involving the molecular mechanisms of epigenetic regulation (e.g., the functional consequences of rare DNA modifications), intercellular heterogeneity, and rare cell types (e.g., in early development). scATAC-seq single cell assay for transposase-accessible chromatin, scBS-seq single-cell bisulfite sequencing, scChIP-seq single-cell chromatin immunoprecipitation followed by sequencing, scDNase-seq single-cell DNase sequencing, scHiC single-cell HiC, scRRBS single-cell reduced representation bisulfite sequencing

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