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Summary Smart-seq2 was developed in 2012 in the Sandberg lab in order to improve on the Smart-seq while reducing the cost. It resulted in our 2013 publication ("Smart-seq2 for sensitive full-length transcriptome profiling in single cells" by Picelli, S; Björklund, ÅK; Faridani, OR; Sagasser, S; Winberg, G; Sandberg, R. ) in Nature methods. Since published, Smart-seq2 has been a transforming single-cell RNA-sequencing method and used throughout the research community, e.g. heavily included in large-scale projects that enumerate our cell types (The Human Cell Atlas and the NIH-funded Cell Census Network (BICCN).