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Movie of the month: The Spleen

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In this movie, we can visualize some of the finer details in the spleen by using light sheet microscopy. The spleen is the largest organ in the lymphatic system and plays multiple supporting roles in the body...Read more


Movie of the month: The placenta

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The placenta, or the tree of life, is one of the most fascinating organs in the human body, supporting the unborn baby with functions they have yet to develop themselves...Read more


Movie of the month: The kidneys

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The kidneys are responsible for filtering a mindblowing 180 liters of blood daily, eliminating toxins, regulating blood pressure and creating urine...Read more


Movie of the month: the nervous gut

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The gut is responsible for digesting the food we eat, which provides the whole body with nutrients...Read more


Towards a Cell Cycle Atlas

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The cell cycle is a fundamental process over which the cell grows and divides. This highly regulated series of events is known to be an important contributor to variations in protein and RNA expression between individual cells. Today we are releasing version 20.1 of the Human Protein Atlas (HPA), adding new data to the Cell Atlas, which allows detailed exploration of protein and RNA expression in relation to cell cycle progression...Read more


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