Single-cell RNA-seq and computational analysis using temporal mixture modelling resolves Th1/Tfh fate bifurcation in malaria

Tapio Lonnberg, Valentine Svensson, Kylie James, Daniel Fernandez-Ruiz (Corresponding Author), Ismail Sebina (Corresponding Author), Ruddy Montandon (Corresponding Author), Megan Soon (Corresponding Author), Lily Georgina Fogg (Corresponding Author), Arya Sheela Nair (Corresponding Author), Urijah Liligeto (Corresponding Author), Michael Stubbington (Corresponding Author), Lam-Ha Ly (Corresponding Author), Frederik Otzen Bagger (Corresponding Author), Max Zwiessele (Corresponding Author), Neil Lawrence (Corresponding Author), Fernando Souza-Fonesca-Guimaraes (Corresponding Author), Patrick Bunn (Corresponding Author), Christian Engwerda (Corresponding Author), William Heath (Corresponding Author), Oliver Billker (Corresponding Author)Ashraful Haque, Sarah Teichmann

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