Letter to Gaby

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I received an email from a 7th grader named Gaby (through her teacher, Rhea). Gaby was in the middle of a project that examined bias and stereotyping in past and present-day science. Rhea encouraged her students to reach out to local “real-life” STEM professionals with the goal of profiling a diverse range of scientists in

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Introduction to CyTOF

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Motivation: Characterizing large quantities of single cells is important to address clinically and biologically relevant questions. Traditionally, bulk measurements have been used to characterize the functional states of diseased vs. normal immune cells, livers, brains, and tissues or organs of interest to identify various interesting mechanistic differences. However, these bulk measurements average information across many

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