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The Human Protein Atlas

SciLifeLab have announced that The Human Protein Atlas project has reached a major milestone by releasing protein data for more than 80% of the human protein-coding genes and RNA expression data for more than 90% of the genes. The Protein Atlas has also been restructured into 4 sub-atlases, of which the largest, The Normal Tissue Atlas, now provides the first comprehensive distribution map of both protein and gene expression in the human body.

SciLifeLab have announced that The Human Protein Atlas project has reached a major milestone by releasing protein data for more than 80% of the human protein-coding genes and RNA expression data for more than 90% of the genes. The Protein Atlas has also been restructured into 4 sub-atlases, of which the largest, The Normal Tissue Atlas, now provides the first comprehensive distribution map of both protein and gene expression in the human body.
The 12th release of the Human Protein Atlas (HPA) covers 16,621 genes (approximately 83% of the human protein-coding genes) and includes protein expression profiles based on 21,984 antibodies. A major restructuring of the knowledge portal has been done with the release of four separate sub-atlases; the Normal Tissue Atlas, Subcellular Atlas, Cellline Atlas and Cancer Atlas, and RNA transcript data has been added for a majority of the tissues in the normal tissue atlas and the cells in the cell line atlas.

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