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A novel technology platform based on DNA nanoball arrays (Stereo-seq)

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In a publication in Cell, a novel spatiotemporal analytic package is described in which the gene expression can be studied at a subcellular level using a technology platform based on nanoballs distributed on an array with single cell resolution. The platform combines high spatial sensitivity with large field of view, and the publication reports its use to generate a spatially resolved transcriptomic atlas of mouse organogenesis. The study is an international collaboration with researchers from China, USA and Europe, including the Swedish universities KTH-Royal Institute of Technology and Karolinska Institutet at SciLifeLab in Stockholm...Read more


Towards a Cell Cycle Atlas

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The cell cycle is a fundamental process over which the cell grows and divides. This highly regulated series of events is known to be an important contributor to variations in protein and RNA expression between individual cells. Today we are releasing version 20.1 of the Human Protein Atlas (HPA), adding new data to the Cell Atlas, which allows detailed exploration of protein and RNA expression in relation to cell cycle progression...Read more


Cell Image of the Month - Myeloid differentiation primary response protein (MyD88)

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In December 2019 an outbreak of the novel infectious virus SARS-CoV2 occurred and immense research is currently going on to contain the virus. Being a novel virus it is highly important to learn how the immune system has responded to the past viral infections in particular to the coronavirus family...Read more


Cell Image of the Month: the Molecular Chaperone Hsp110

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To fold or to degrade? Proteins have to be folded to its native structure in order to perform its designated tasks and a failure to do so leads to deleterious effects. Chaperones as the name suggest prevents improper interactions and ensures proper functioning of the proteome...Read more


Horizon Discovery partners with the Human Protein Atlas

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Today it is announced that Horizon Discovery and the Human Protein Atlas have entered into partnership. The HPA Cell Atlas program will integrate Horizon's HAP1 cell line and has selected Horizon's CRISPR-edited knockout cell models to further expand the knowledge available in the Cell Atlas program...Read more


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