In the latest version of the Human Protein Atlas, released in December 2016, the tissue atlas data is complemented with RNA-data from The Functional Annotation of Mammalian Genomes 5 (FANTOM5) project in RIKEN, Japan. The FANTOM data greatly overlaps with the Human Protein Atlas data, strengthening the results from both the projects.
The human genome consists of DNA which is transcribed into functional protein-coding transcripts (mRNA) and in turn is translated into proteins, the functional building-blocks of the cell. The entirety of mRNA molecules in a cell or tissue is called the "transcriptome"...Read more
Today, a new version, number 15, of The Human Protein Atlas is launched that includes extensive transcriptomics data and a new display view to allow comparisons of human tissue profiles on both the RNA and protein level. In this new version it is possible to do comparisons of primary data from several sources, including external efforts such as the GTEx dataset generated from the Broad Institute in Boston, US.
The GTEx dataset includes more than 1600 postmortem samples from mostly overlapping, but in some cases unique, tissues compared to the Human Protein Atlas consortium...Read more
November 14, 2018 - November 14, 2018
Dr Charlotte Stadler is Plenary Keynote Speaker presenting "An image based subcellular map of the human proteome" at the The 6th biennial Pharmaceutical Flow Cytometry and Imaging meeting, Stevenage, UK.Overview
December 8, 2018 - December 12, 2018
The Human Protein Atlas will be exhibiting at the 2018 ASCB EMBO meeting in San Diego. In booth number #624 you will meet the Cell Atlas team Emma Lundberg, Christian Gnann, Lovisa Åkesson and Peter Thul. They will also present four posters. Preliminary programme