A new Single Cell Type Atlas launched


The version 20 of the open access Human Protein Atlas has been launched today, adding a new Single Cell Type Atlas to allow the exploration of gene expression in 192 single human cell types.

As part of the Human Protein Atlas, an open access resource has been launched today to allow researchers to explore the expression of all human protein-coding genes in 192 individual cell type clusters. This knowledge-based portal combines single cell transcriptomics analysis with spatial antibody-based protein profiling to create a high-resolution, single cell type map of human tissues. An expression specificity classification is presented identifying the number of genes enriched in each cell type. The analysis highlights distinct expression clusters corresponding to cell types sharing similar functions, both within the same organs and between organs.


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Launch webinar
Single Cell Type Atlas