microSPLiT protocol published in Nature Protocols

The first paper out of the lab came out in Nature Protocols with detailed step-by-step guide to performing bacterial single-cell RNA sequencing using common lab equipment. Congratulations Karl Gaisser and Sophie Skloss!

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