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Nathan Tucker, AHA 2019 – Transcriptional Diversity in the Human Heart

Published Online: December 11th 2019

Nathan Tucker (Instructor in Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital and Project Team Lead, Precision Cardiology Laboratory, Broad Institute of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard, Boston, MA, USA) speaks to us about the topic of his presentation ‘Late-Breaking Basic Science: An Atlas of Transcriptional Diversity in the Human Heart: Analysis of 287,269 Single Cell Transcriptomes From the Four Chambers of the Non-Failing Heart’, presented at the American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions 2019.

Speaker’s Disclosures: Dr. Tucker has significant research grant from Bayer AG, and from the NHLBI (federal funding).

1. Please tell us about the topic of your presentation? (0:05)
2. What is the next step for this research? (3:09)

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