Network Inference

Single Cell Network Inference

Development of multicellular organisms from a single cell is arguably one of the most fascinating phenomena in biology. Mechanistic understanding of such a complex process is an important scientific challenge. Our single cell work aligns with the development of a systems perspective framework to comprehend how individual  cellular states  emerge and collectively result in a homeostatic multicellular organism.



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