Spermatogenesis is the process where sperm are made, and it involves thousands of genes and proteins that are activated and repressed. The function of a large proportion of these genes and proteins remains unknown and testis harbors many "missing proteins" (MPs)...Read more
The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, awarded jointly to Dr. James P. Allison and Dr. Tasuku Honjo for their contribution to cancer immunotherapy, highlighted the dramatic advancement of our understanding of cancer immunology in recent decades. Previously untreatable groups of cancer patients are now given a chance to prolong their lives...Read more
Throughout life, blood cells are continuously formed in the bone marrow, a process known as hematopoiesis. Hematopoiesis relies on several different mediators, and defects in this system may cause severe pathological conditions...Read more
The fallopian tube mucosal layer is a simple columnar epithelium composed of secretory and ciliated epithelial cells, in order to provide the necessary environment for fertilization of the egg cell...Read more
Located on top of the kidneys like two tiny caps, the adrenal glands play a fundamental role in the endocrine system. We have previously described the human adrenal gland proteome and now it is time to shed light on proteins specific for the medullary compartment of the adrenal gland. These proteins are essential for the synthesis of two major stress coping hormones - adrenaline and noradrenaline...Read more
December 8, 2019 - December 10, 2019
The Human Protein Atlas will show up at the 2019 ASCB|EMBO meeting in Washington DC from 8th to 10th December with a booth and poster presentations.