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    SingleCell - Trajectory Inference Methods

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    Challenge Overview

    Single-cell -omics Trajectory Inference (TI) methods are essential tools for the analysis of cellular dynamic process and to understand gene regulation. More than 60 methods have been developed and the list still keeps growing.  It's time to bring fresh ideas to this emerging and exciting field and keep improving.

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