The new version 22 of the Human Protein Atlas has been launched today


A new version 22 of the open access Human Protein Atlas has been launched today.

Two new sections are introduced, both relying heavily on AI-based prediction modelling and machine learning.

First, a new Human Disease Blood Atlas is launched using next generation blood profiling, initially aimed to facilitate research in the field of Cancer Prediction Medicine.

Secondly, a new Structure resource section is launched showing the 3D structures for all human proteins using an AI-based prediction model (AlphaFold).

In addition, a major update of the Tissue Atlas section is released with detailed multiplex spatial profiling of proteins specific for human testis and kidney. More data is also provided on single cell analysis of tissues and organs as well as data from an extensive catalogue of human cell lines.

Links: (open access)
Press release
Launch video