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Querying cancer genomes at single-cell resolution is expected to provide a powerful framework to understand in detail the dynamics of cancer evolution. However, given the high costs currently associated with single-cell sequencing, together with the inevitable technical noise arising from single-cell genome amplification, cost-effective strategies that maximize the quality of single-cell data are critically needed. Taking advantage of five published single-cell whole-genome and whole-exomedoi:10.1101/213744 fatcat:5jibl2rejrh3npwsrq6eqgyfbe