Cross-Species Alignment of Single Cell States with Biological Process Activity
Hongxu Ding, Andrew Blair and Joshua M. Stuart
Received Date: 5th February 19
The maintenance and transition of cellular states are controlled by orchestrated biological processes. Here we show a transformation of gene expression of single cell RNA-Seq data using gene sets representing biological processes provides a robust description of cellular states. Moreover, as species-independent general descriptors of cellular states, the activity of these biological processes can be used to align single cell states across different organisms.
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