The primary data page shows the detailed antibody staining in 76 different cell types for each analyzed antibody. In addition, for each cell type, a knowledge-based annotated protein expression score based on all analyzed antibodies is displayed furthest to the right. The images and annotations can be accessed by clicking on the tissue name or score bar. More information can be found in Assays & Annotation.
The tissues and cell types can be ordered by organ, cell type or alphabetically. If ordered by organ, the tissues are presented in groups according to functional features. If ordered by cell type, the cells are presented in groups related to origin.
This score describes the level of antibody staining observed in the annotated cell types as not detected (n), low (l), medium (m) or high (h). It is based on the staining intensity and fraction of stained cells. The images and annotations can be accessed by clicking on the tissue name or score bar. More information can be found in Assays & Annotation.
This score describes a knowledge-based best estimate of the protein expression in the annotated cell types as not detected (n), low (l), medium (m) or high (h). It is a result of stringent evaluation of immunohistochemical staining pattern, RNA data from internal and external sources and available protein/gene characterization data. More information can be found in Assays & Annotation.
Summarizing texts describe the staining pattern for each antibody based on staining intensity, fraction of stained cells and subcellular localization. More information can be found in Assays & Annotation.
Most normal tissues displayed moderate nuclear positivity. Airways epithelium, testis, upper stomach, gall bladder, exocrine glandular cells, adrenal, renal tubules and squamous epithelium showed strong positivity. Trophoblastic cells, urothelial cells and small intestine were weakly stained or negative.
Decidual cells in placenta, hematopoietic cells, salivary glands, fallopian tube and respiratory epithelia showed moderate nuclear positivity. Myocytes displayed both cytoplasmic and nuclear immunoreactivity. Remaining normal cells were weakly stained or negative.
Most normal tissues displayed distinct nuclear staining. Strongest positivity was observed in glial cells and exocrine glandular cells. Basal layers in squamous epithelia stained stronger than the superficial layers.