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Selectivity of anti-GPCR antibodies


In a recent publication in Science Advances, the selectivity of antibodies against subfamilies of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) was investigated using a multiplexed immunoassay and a customized library of solubilized GPCRs...Read more

High levels of vaccine-induced antibodies increase protection against omicron breakthrough infection

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In a recent publication in Nature Communication the incidence and protective factors of SARS-CoV-2 omicron infection in triple vaccinated healthcare workers were investigated...Read more

Uncovering the origin of cell heterogeneity in human embryonic lung


In a recent publication in Nature Cell Biology, an integrated single-cell RNA sequencing and spatial transcriptomics strategy was used to clarify the origins and mechanisms behind cell heterogeneity in lung. The results were used to create a topographic atlas of early human lung development...Read more

Recent integration and visualization of single cell level big data in the Human Protein Atlas

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A review of some of the latest developments within the HPA was recently published in the journal Protein Science, summarizing new data and features of the website, as well as describing the recent advances in the ongoing move into using multiple large datasets and computational analytical tools to decipher the human proteome at the single cell level...Read more

Innovation - the Swedish way


Sweden has been placed first in the European Commission's Innovation ranking during the last years, and also ranks top three in the Global Innovation Index based on parameters such as degree of knowledge, technology outputs and human capital. Sweden further performs remarkably well in terms of innovation start-ups. In a recent book, "Innovation - the Swedish way" published by the Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA), the authors Henrik Berggren and Eva Krutmeijer explore the structures that created this beneficial innovation climate and describe 50 innovations from Sweden that "has changed the world"...Read more