TISSUE ATLAS
The normal tissue atlas contains information regarding the expression profiles of human genes both on the mRNA and protein level. The protein expression data is derived from antibody-based protein profiling using immunohistochemistry.
Altogether 76 different cell types, corresponding to 44 normal human tissue types, have been analyzed and the data is presented as pathology-based annotation of protein expression levels. All underlying images of immunohistochemistry stained normal tissues are available as high-resolution images in the normal tissue atlas. The protein data covers 15297 genes (78%) for which there are available antibodies.
The mRNA expression data is derived from deep sequencing of RNA (RNA-seq) from 37 major different normal tissue types. HE stained cryosections of tissues used for RNA extraction and sequencing are displayed in the normal tissue atlas.

More detailed information is available on the Human Tissue Proteome pages and About sections.

Example proteins in the tissue atlas

RB1
Retinoblastoma 1
Nuclear expression in most tissues including retina on the protein level, and expressed in all tissues on the mRNA level.
PCK2
Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase 2
Mitochondrial expression in selected tissues including kidney on the protein level, and group enriched expression on the mRNA level.
CDAN1
Codanin 1
Membranous expression in most tissues including colon on the protein level, and expressed in all tissues on the mRNA level.

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The Human Protein Atlas project is funded
by the Knut & Alice Wallenberg foundation.