New paper from PILOT Partner Muzz Haniffa

PILOT Partner Muzz Haniffa and her colleagues have just had a new paper published in the prestigious journal Science.

The investigators used single-cell RNA sequencing, light-sheet microscopy, and RNAscope-based in situ hybridization to characterize the functions of the human yolk sack and demonstrated that vital functions are delivered by the YS acting as a transient extraembryonic organ. The comprehensive single-cell atlas represents a valuable resource for studying the cellular differentiation pathways specific to early life.

The paper can be accessed here.

Congratulations to Muzz and the team!