In a new international project - the Human Uterus Cell Atlas (HUTER) - researchers from the Human Protein Atlas and three other European countries will create a single-cell and spatial reference map of the human uterus. The HUTER project has been funded 4 million Euro from the European Union program H2020, and will run for two years (2020-2021)...Read more
A podcast from Science hosted by the editor Sean Sanders was published on August 1st on the topic of antibody validation and the use of gene editing for genetic validation of research antibodies. The podcast from Science Custom Solutions! is part of a three-part series called "Changing bioscience research using CRISPR-edited cell models" in which bioscientists across a range of research fields are discussing how they are applying and adapting the latest technologies – in particular the most recent advances in CRISPR-based gene editing – to their area of study.
The first of the three interviewees is Dr...Read more
The article describing the human tissue expression profiles published in Science 2015 has now reached another mile-stone in number of citations...Read more
Dr. Emma Lundberg has been identified as "Top 10 Under 40" by GEN. Together with nine other professionals in biopharma research/business Emma Lundberg has been recognized for her achievements...Read more
On May 9, Linn Fagerberg presented "Wellness profiling and the Human Protein Atlas" at a lunch seminar arranged by Science for Life Laboratories, during the three-day Keystone Symposia that took place in Stockholm.
Her presentation focused on personalized medicine, where she is involved in the Wellness profiling project...Read more
March 4, 2020 - March 7, 2020
Mathias Uhlén, Petter Brodin and Fredrik Edfors will participate in the World Immune Regulation Meeting XIV in Davos.