News Articles


Immunohistochemistry in lung cancer diagnostics and research

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Previous news articles featured the history and technology behind two powerful tools for visualizing proteins in tissues: immunohistochemistry and microscopy. These tools are applied to investigate and answer a wide range of questions, both in healthcare and research. This article focuses on two applications related to lung cancer: diagnostics in clinical pathology and discovery of genes associated with prognosis...Read more


Mapping of cells and proteins improved with combination of multiplayer crowdsourcing and AI

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Mapping of cells and proteins improved with combination of massively multiplayer crowdsourcing and AI Results from a groundbreaking citizen science project ..Read more


The history of the microscope

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The advances in histology and cytology, and biology as a whole, wouldn't have been possible without the invention of the microscope. To enlarge objects multiple times, and to be able to study these objects much more closely has contributed a great deal to science, if not the most...Read more


Cell Image of the Month - DIABLO

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A bit more than two decades ago, the first Diablo game was released to the world. A game about a lone hero tasked with bringing down Diablo, one of the lords of Hell. This month we highlight a namesake to this hellish lord of terror, the protein DIABLO...Read more


Immunohistochemistry - an invaluable tool for research and healthcare

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Immunohistochemistry was first described by Coons et al. in the beginning of the 1940s, where the authors used fluorescein-labeled antibodies to visualize bacterial antigens in infected tissues. Today, IHC plays a pivotal role in diagnostics and serves as an essential tool in research...Read more


Upcoming Events


3rd International Antibody Validation Meeting

September 20, 2018 - September 21, 2018

On September 20th, at 10 am, Mathias Uhlén will give a talk on "Enhanced validation of antibodies for research applications". The meeting is held at Chancellors' Building at the University of Bath Claverton road campus.

Preliminary programme

HUPO 2018

September 30, 2018 - October 3, 2018

HPA Presence at HUPO 2018
On Sunday Sept 30 (11am-12pm), Jochen Schwenk will be hosting a session on Antibody Validation.
On Monday October 1, Cristina Al-Khalili Szigyarto will present "Antibodypedia - an open access resource of validated antibodies".
On Wednesday October 3, Ragna Häussler will give a talk on "Elucidating changes in plasma protein profiles related to bariatric surgery: an IMI DIRECT study."
At 10.30 am Emma Lundberg will present "Dissecting the spatiotemporal subcellular distribution of the human proteome".
Peter Nilsson presents "Autoantigen Anoctamin 2 associates with increased risk for multiple sclerosis".
At 14.30 pm Cecilia Lindskog Bergström will present "Integrated omics for spatial mapping of the human proteome - understanding the molecular repertoire in health and disease".