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THE CELL ATLAS


Coming December 4

The Cell Atlas will soon be live!

Join us live for our ASCB TechTalk in San Francisco Sunday, Dec 4 at 2 pm PST as Cell Atlas Director Emma Lundberg launches the Cell Atlas. If you are not in San Francisco, you can check out the release here.
Our Cell Atlas poster, published in Science Mag on Nov 25, will link directly to the new pages after the release.
A Tissue-Based Map
of the

Human Proteome



Here, we summarize our current knowledge regarding the human proteome mainly achieved through antibody-based methods combined with transcriptomics analysis across all major tissues and organs of the human body. A large number of lists can be accessed with direct links to gene-specific images of the corresponding proteins in the different tissues and organs. Read more

The Atlas
of the

Mouse Brain

The Mouse Brain Atlas is an addition to the Human Protein Atlas presented as an interactive database with fluorescent images revealing protein distribution on a cellular and subcellular level in the mammalian brain. The virtual microscope gives the possibility to view image-data with macroscopic and microscopic resolution. Read more
TISSUE ATLAS
SUBCELL ATLAS
CELL LINE ATLAS
CANCER ATLAS
  
  • read the latest article in the blog - published Tue, 29 Nov 2016
    The Human Protein Atlas Blog
    Automated cell imaging

    Over the last couple of weeks, readers of this blog have learnt about how we culture cells, and how we prepare them for microscopy. This week, the time has come to look into the actual imaging.... Read more

  • access the published full story of the proteome analysis
    Research Article
    Tissue-based map of the human proteome
  • image of the day
  • enriched and group enriched genes in testis
  • dictionary: cell structure
  •    fiber specific expression of myosin, light chain 3 in skeletal muscle
Version: 15
Atlas updated: 2016-04-11
release history

Transcriptome analysis based on
217 tissue and cell line samples.
Proteome analysis based on
25039 antibodies targeting
17005 unique proteins.
The Human Protein Atlas project is funded
by the Knut & Alice Wallenberg foundation.